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  1. Eibach rear Arb fitment on E36 coupé 
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    I recently managed to get hold of a second hand Eibach adjustable antiroll bar kit.

    Front is straight forward and bolts to the standard drop links, but the rear is different as with the standard setup the bar ends are pressed into the bush on the drop link.

    The Eibach bar has holes which the drop link needs to be bolted to. Do these kits come with their own rear drop links? If not what is the best way to go about it?



     
     

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    May have solved this one already. Looking at the picture of a new kit, they are supplied with 2 long bolts, washers and nuts.

     
     

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    Hey Mark Fi see this thread is a little old now but wondering did you ever get to the bottom of this i am having exactly the same problem now with my Eibach rear ARB, here is the link to my project :

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...1/index15.html

    Any info would be appreciated
     
     

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    Hi,

    As said in my previous reply to myself, I just used 2 large (can't remember the size) Bolts with washers and nuts. Presumably, when you buy the kit new, that is what is supplied with it.

    Hope this is of some help.
     
     

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    Cheers for the reply Mark.
     
     

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