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    These have arrived and im going to fit these and the new support brackets saturday, for those who are interested ill take some pics along the way and report back on the difference in feel if any, im going to replace the rear drop links as well and if theres time clean up and paint the roll bar.
     
     

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    Yea get some pics up, I was just looking around to see if I could a picture or DIY on it
     
     

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    nice one, i did my E36 one at the weekend.

    not too difficult but is a pain getting the bracket back on (lining the bolt up)
     
     

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    I did the same on my E46 325Ci a couple of weeks ago. The new poly bushes are a lot less flexiable than the old rubber versions.

    It's best to get all of the bushes done to get the max benefits.
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    Yeah they seem a lot more solid just from taking them out the pack which will be good compared to what on there. I will do the fronts soon as well, already done front control arms but with meyle arms and bushes and meyle front drop links. Im just want to poly bush the roll bars mainly as I cant afford the eibach roll bar kit so0 the best I can do is replace the links and buhses. Im going to use lemforder rear droplinks so standard quality. Hopefully re fitting wont be a problem, ill make some marks on the roll bar so i can line it back up same as before and get the bolt in easier.
    Ill let you know how it goes.
     
     

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