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E36 (1991 - 1999)
The E36 chassis 3-Series BMW was a huge hit among driving enthusiasts from the first moment the car hit the pavement. The E36 won numerous awards over the years it was produced and is still a favorite of many BMW enthusiasts to this day! -- View the E36 Wiki

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Old 04-18-2016, 10:20 AM
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E36 poly rear trailing arm bushings! 80a, 95a and delrin!

We now carry poly and delrin e36 rear trailing arm bushings! Lifetime warranty! Available in 80a (street/autox), 95a (aggressive/track), delrin (race only).

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This is a set of poly bushings for both sides of your e36 and e46. Includes both Left and right. Includes poly or delrin bushings of your choice, new aluminum races, and a lifetime warranty! The factory BMW RTABs (Rear Trailing Arm Bushings) are meant for a very soft, quiet, and comfortable ride as possible. However, you bought the "ultimate driving machine" for a reason. Not only to poly/delrin rtab bushings improve cornering speeds and power delivery they also last longer then OEM units! That stands true for street and race use. We have tested poly long-term successfully in both environments!

If your e36 or e46 feels "loose" when going around corners, these are the likely culprit. When the RTABs are gone the rear toe (the angle that the tire points in or out) will vary under load and cause this "loose" feeling. Factory mounts require replacement in less than 50,000 miles or 3 years. If you track your car, then they will need replacment even sooner!

We have them in 85a poly , 95a poly and delrin! 85a polyurethane transmission mounts are meant for that OEM + feel. That means you want a subtle upgrade for your street car without to much of a compromise in comfort, these are a happy medium. 85a are designed for the street enthusiast. 95a is great for dual purpose aggressive street and track applications. Derlin is best for race application only.
Replaces part #: 33322228153 and 33326757885

WHAT IS IT COMPATIBLE WITH? All E36 except "TI" and All e46s

We stand by our products, comes with a lifetime warranty.

Benefits of our poly E36 / E46 rear trailing arm poly bushings (RTAB)
Better rear suspension response
Street car approved (85a poly only)
Makes rear suspension predictable and planted
Lifetime warranty
Transmit more power
Oil resistant

- See more at: http://store.garagistic.com/bmw-perf....rxoNNhn1.dpuf
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Tons in stock!
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Couple more in stock still!
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Few more in stock on these.
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These will be on sale for black friday!
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