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      02-04-2012, 09:15 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by DieselDiner View Post
Well there you go! LOL

Thanks for sharing, I know I will need to get them when I get to your point - I'm planning to buy the coilovers from Harold, and I'm sure he'll allow me to buy the brackets for the camber arms.
It's possible to make the M3 bracket work without modification. The original rod is reused, and you only need to buy the M3 bracket (the thingy that screws in to the camber arm).

It may be necessary to finesse the sensor outboard, I am not 100% sure. It *is* necessary to flip the rod around 180 degrees. Here is a picture of my car, installed. Taken from behind the left rear tire, it shows the sensor arm (top) fastened to the original rod, and below picture is the M3 bracket:

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2007 328i ZSP. M3 suspension: custom valved Bilstein shocks, Hyperco race springs, M3 lower control arms front and rear, M3 sway bars, and M3 subframe bushings. E46 front guide supports. Euro tail lights.