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Old 10-06-2012, 07:11 PM
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Removing rear control arms/camber arms

Need some help! I'm in the process of removing my rear control arms on my e36. The top bolt is hitting the diff and won't fully come out. My questions are; do I have to remove the diff to get this bolt out? Can I just lower the diff to get enough clearance? If I can get by, from just lowering the diff. Do I have to remove it from the drive shaft or can I just remove the 3 bolts that hold the diff in place???

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you never notice how ugly something is until you get rid of it
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That's what my first wife said.
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