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Z3 M Roadster rear axle carrier & trailing arm

Discussion in 'Z3 M Roadster & Coupé' started by Z3Mroadster, Nov 24, 2013.

  1. Z3Mroadster

    Z3Mroadster Dedicated Member

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    Hello.

    I'm M roadster owner from Croatia,Europe.
    I have one big problem and I hope that you can help me...
    Yesterday my girlfriend drive my M,it was rainy day and wet road...she accelerate to 40-50 km/h,then she crashed into the sidewalk with front left and rear left wheel...
    Damage is disorted front left wishbone,rear axle carrier and both rear trailing arm...
    Do you have any advice how to straighten this...or I must to buy new parts?
    In my country,I'm the only owner,so here I can't buy parts for my car.

    Best regards.
     
  2. GazHyde

    GazHyde The Gaz Monkey
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    Welcome @Z3Mroadster

    Sorry to hear of the damage, I can't answer your question but I'm sure someone else will!

    Gary
     
  3. Z3Mroadster

    Z3Mroadster Dedicated Member

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    I hope so...Thank you!
     
  4. Mr-P

    Mr-P Zorg Addict

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    Sorry to hear about your damage.

    Did you know the front wishbone is the same as used on E36 M3's

    I would never have these repaired unless there was no other option, but new both items are not at all cheap.
    I am sure a BMW dealership in you country would be able to supply these.
    Next inline an Auto factor
    Then good old Ebay.
     
  5. Z3Mroadster

    Z3Mroadster Dedicated Member

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    I know that is same.
    Thank's on advice :)
     

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