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      02-04-2020, 09:42 AM   #7
Wingnutts
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Drives: 335is DCT
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Originally Posted by Silnismo View Post
I have the front kit and love it. I would recommend replacing your inner and outer tie rods if your car has some miles on it.

Mine were rusted shut and had to be replaced in order to properly align.
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Originally Posted by Emilime75 View Post
Seized outer tie rods are rather common, so I'd agree with replacing them at the same time.
Good point! My new tires are getting mounted and I just ordered wheel studs so I'll be under the car this weekend and check them out.

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Originally Posted by Wolf 335 View Post
Definitely stiffer and you feel the bumps in the road a lot more.
With 19" 313 rims, I'm kind of used to the bumbs... With the speed and cornering, there has to be some concession. I actually like being that connected though. When I'm feeling soft, I drive my wife's X5.