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    Hi all,
    I am a new E36 owner having had many E30's and just sold, probably too cheaply, an absolutely mint E30 318is. The prices for good 6 cylinder E30's, ( my real favourites), have gone way too high for my modest income. Hence my new E36 323i M Tech auto. I love it! A real revelation! Two queries and I probably should post these in another area, is my engine cambelt or camchain and if belt when should it be changed? How do I replace the rubber jacking bungs, last MOT these were an advisory and have not been done?
    Many thanks in advance and hello fellow E36'ers.
     
     

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    Welcome to the forum mate

    Love the e30s as well mate, but like you said, the prices are out of order just now, especially for a 325 sport.

    Cant help you with j points but its chain driven youll be glad to hear
     
     

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    One or two E30's in the right price range now and then (mine was a steal), but generally they are far too expensive for rubbish these days...

    An E36 guru will be along to advise you with your jacking point enquiry... As above chain driven mate
     
     

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    Hi Islandman and welcome to BFUK

     
     

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    Welcome to the forum.

    E30 owners are a bit thin on the ground around here, glad to see another on board.

    Amos
     
     

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    Thanks one and all for your replies, off to find the technical forum here and see if I can find out how to replace those pesky rubber jacking bungs.
     
     

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