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      10-23-2017, 05:20 PM   #1
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Fr suspension- bolt holding lower part of shock into wheel hub... size and torque?

hi all

2009 335i E90 LCI. Front suspension.

Could someone please let me know the correct size socket I need to buy for the bolt that runs horizontally that 'holds' the bottom end of the shock absorber into the hub?

Also, what torque do I need to use to tighten this bolt as my shock has slipped out slightly?

(part number 3 on this diagram from realoem)

many thanks

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