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      01-13-2013, 11:28 PM   #1
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Sport suspension on an e90 non-sport

Has anyone upgraded their non-sport suspension to the sport suspension from an e92. I found a set for cheap online so let me know as soon as possible.
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depending how many miles are on them. IMHO shocks are not worth keeping.
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depending how many miles are on them. IMHO shocks are not worth keeping.
I have a new set of e92 sport springs that I got a deal on so I was just wondering if anyone had put e92 suspension onto an e90 and how it went.
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e92 is lighter. springs might sit a lil lower on heavier e90
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e92 is lighter. springs might sit a lil lower on heavier e90
E92 is not lighter, but the rear fender design is different and the rear springs are shorter/lower than E90 rear springs.
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e92 is lighter. springs might sit a lil lower on heavier e90
E92 is not lighter, but the rear fender design is different and the rear springs are shorter/lower than E90 rear springs.
Do you guys know what the marking d2 and d6 on the springs mean
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