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    i have a 1990 320i tourer which when driving seems to wobble at the rear when cornering, i have just changed the rear tyres and the suspension mounts top and bottom, it has had a full suspension kit fitted shocks and springs and dont know where the problem lies, could it be to do with diff mounts ? please help as this problem is really annoying thanks
     
     

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    Have you inspected the rear beam bushes? number 3 here http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...10&hg=33&fg=30
     
     

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    as above rear beam bushes need looking at
     
     

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    And the rear axle supports no.3 in picture above, I think these can be replaced with thtsolid ones from the M3 as a cost effective upgrade.
     
     

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    yes guys thanks for that but i worked out that they was worn and changed them 2 weeks ago, but i still have the problem could it be diff bushes at all ? or in my other post about my shocks n springs could that be the problem ?
     
     

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    I've seen the rubber bushes bad at number 9 before http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...10&hg=33&fg=30.

    Also seen the bolt loose that holds the rear arms on. number 11
     
     

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    thanks i will check these when i put it on the ramp next week
     
     

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