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      01-07-2013, 02:30 PM   #86
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Originally Posted by John_01
Originally Posted by pavo335 View Post
You'll need it all and the front to 'balance' the suspension
I have already done the front end with M3 arms, so balance and more predictability is what I'd like to achieve. I'd prefer to understand the actual issue instead of just going to replace everything with a large helping of M3 parts. I'm also wondering if can get an improvement in balance just by adjusting rear toe and camber - That seems the obvious first step to look at.
Yep plus a sway and I'd say your 90% there. Have a look at hpa Harold has the kits in stages. The front is real easy, the rear though is rather more time consuming and IMHO if your going to do bushings then you might as well do it all while it's apart