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    Front and Rear Sway Bar off my E90 M3

    Looking to sell both of these at once. I have the bushings and brackets, but they have been on the car since the car was purchased; although they look good, want to be up front about this.

    They are in great condition (considering they are sway bars that doesn't say much) - and am looking for 400 dollars (that includes shipping to the contiguous states)

    I can post pictures if you wish.

    Thanks.

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    Pics always help.

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    location?

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    @ssharma, Chicago.

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    Good point - coming right up (pics)

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    Here are some images (sorry, I didn't clean them) of both the front and rear sway bars - and all bushings.

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    Someone has requested snapshots of the serial/sticker - reason for the following:


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    Cheers.

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    How much are these brand new? Will they fit a 135i? Just wondering...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by leo985i Click here to enlarge
    How much are these brand new? Will they fit a 135i? Just wondering...
    @leo985i - hard to say how much hey are new. Shipping isn't too cheap - but the price was based on some others that have sold. If you are going to buy them new - get the ones for the M3 convertible - they are thicker and should be about the same price.

    They will indeed fit on the 135i - to be honest, even considering I replaced these on my M3 (already pretty good sways) - the difference was dramatic to say the least.

    @ssharma ended up buying these - and am waiting to hear his feedback. I would definitely reccomend these to anyone with an M - guessing its the same for a 1/335.

    Hope that helps.

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    Received the sways yesterday. Just took a quick glance at it, but everything looks good. I'll install the front sway Saturday and the rear... whenever I have a full day and level ground to devote

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Daily Three Click here to enlarge
    Received the sways yesterday. Just took a quick glance at it, but everything looks good. I'll install the front sway Saturday and the rear... whenever I have a full day and level ground to devote
    Awesome - glad to hear. Let me know how it goes installation-wise and handling-wise.

    I think the rear might be painful to install, but will be worth it in the end.

    What shocked me most was how quick the car turns in now; I am sure it's part the new alignment - but it's definitely sway-bar related. The M3 had little roll, but at highway speeds (off ramp) - it did have more than I liked (compared to the E46). Now, it's MUCH better - almost no roll, and better than the E46 was.

    Just as an FYI - you should get an alignment after replacing these.

    Cheers.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Daily Three Click here to enlarge
    Received the sways yesterday. Just took a quick glance at it, but everything looks good. I'll install the front sway Saturday and the rear... whenever I have a full day and level ground to devote
    I'm sure you already know - you'll have to drop the rear subframe to install the M3 sway...probably why you're giving it a full day to get done! Congrats on the purchase! Click here to enlarge

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