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    Hi guys on the 328 i got i seen that the front aint roll bar is 25.5mm.Would there be any diffance if i fitted a 26mm rollbar or just keep with the 25.5


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    keep it as it is, there would be very little difference! If you do want to put some performance ARBS on there look at something like the H&R ARB kits, one of the best on the market and work really well

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    Ok mate cheers


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    h&r are quite expensive whiteline are nearly as good and half the price BMW 3 Series Whiteline Front Antiroll Bar 27mm - Discounts at Motorsport World
     
     

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    I deal with both, both are very good but H&R are my number one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr OBD View Post
    I deal with both, both are very good but H&R are my number one
    i agree but not cost effective for a old e36 316 (no offenceDevonlad) h&r £300 v w l £150
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by payno View Post
    i agree but not cost effective for a old e36 316 (no offenceDevonlad) h&r £300 v w l £150
    I think he has replaced the 316 with a 328 now!

    Also, whiteline - almost £170 for front only or H&R Awesome - H&R Front + Rear Anti Roll Bar Kit-FR:28/RE:21mm- 3er (E36) Lim./Sedan+Coup/Cabrio/Convertible -Typ 3C, 3/C, 3B, 3/B-06/92> £292 for front and rear??

    Another 170 for the rear too :( http://www.motorsportworld.co.uk/fra...9Z&froogle=yes

    So in short,

    Whiteline if you just want a front or rear ARB
    H&R if you want a front and rear kit

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    Mr OBD yes your right i have sort of replaced the 316 with a 328i but still using the 316i till i get the 328i sorted as needs few little bits doing for mot and yes im talking about the rollbars for the 328i payno not the 316i


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    Quote Originally Posted by Devonlad2010 View Post
    Mr OBD yes your right i have sort of replaced the 316 with a 328i but still using the 316i till i get the 328i sorted as needs few little bits doing for mot and yes im talking about the rollbars for the 328i payno not the 316i
    What needs doing to the 328 then matey?! Shame you are so far away I would come over and give you a helping hand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devonlad2010 View Post
    328i payno not the 316i
    my bad! i should always scroll to top of page
     
     

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