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Old 10-05-2012, 07:40 PM
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Mein Auto: 1989 E30; 2000 E38; GS350
First off, your problem can be caused by a multitude of things. Bent rims, bad tires, worn suspension parts or non-hub centric rims. Step one, get your wheels high speed balanced. This checks the tires and rims. Next check to see if your rims have hub centric rings. These are metal or plastic inserts which reduce the rims inner bore to tightly fit the BMW's 72.1mm hub. Without them, your rims might mount off center and cause vibration. Finally, check your front suspension parts for looseness. Check the lower control arms, thrust arms, tie rod ends, and steering link for looseness. Repair anything problems found and have the car aligned.

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