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      09-28-2012, 10:38 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by cvc 22349a View Post
Yes. Good call E36 M3F/E85 Z4R bumpstops. Bad call oe dampers with stiffer springs.
I am trying to research all of this, I am new to lowering lol!! Seems like the shop was correct in saying I was basically riding on the bump stops. The rear is not bad with the OEM but if I go M3 (E46) in the front this will allow more travel but will not lower the car more will it? Will this cause more rubbing issues since it has more suspension travel?

I am going to search for these, does it matter what year E46 bump stop I use? Does anyone have a part number or can someone tell me what to search for?...would be GREATLY appreciated! I can work on motors, comes to suspension...no way in hell! Lol!
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