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      07-25-2009, 10:18 AM   #1
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installing sway bars on an e93?

how impossible is it?

My friend and I did a set on a S4 but I've heard that for e92/e93s it's reallly tight and almost impossible to do without a lift and professional installation...


any one have any insight/experience on this?
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You must drop the rear sub frame
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      07-29-2009, 10:49 AM   #5
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damn

so it'll be extremely expensive labor....

thanks
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about 3 hours labor plus
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2007 e90 335i  [4.00]
front is easy.
Rear is labor intensive.
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Yeah, dropping the rear subframe should be left to the pros...unless you're a pro yourself.
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which I'm not :/
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I had it done last week (and saw it being done). 3 hours is a bit too much, but as at least 2 people are busy with it, 2 hours for sure.
don't know why BMW made it like this... there is space enough below.
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