Welcome John and Marlene!
Use the one from the picture below it fits better onto the axle so when you stake it down the nut will bite into the axle better.
Are you looking for the video or a how to replace the rear springs?
Yes just replace the crush washers and that should take care of the leak from the banjo bolt.
Yes DOT 4
Alway recommend using new axle nuts when doing a job. They will have to be staked once installed and old ones always get damaged when removing.
Could you attach a picture of the area where the gap is please?
Congrats on the new purchase and welcome to the forums! What are you looking for in brake improvements? Are you looking to track the vehicle or just...
Hard to say would need fault codes to know if the o2's could be causing the possible issues.
BMW recommends O2 replacement in non CBS vehicle at 120K. I would say every 120k replace the o2 sensors is a good amount. Of course if you having a...
How unfortunate for this to happen. Yes the engines are very expensive unless BMW is having issues with them (funny how that works). Rebuilding newer...
Amazon says they have some sold by BMW of San Fran.
Beautiful restore done! Welcome to the forums!
Welcome to the forums! Congrats on the 320!
Great to hear you found a place to get this done.
Welcome to the club and forums!
I will look for the BMW install PDF for the Z4. I believe the radio needs coding for it work and the sat module needs to be wired into the most bus...
Welcome and congrats on the M4!
Love the M2! Congrats!
Sounds like the project is coming along nicely! Let me know if you still have issues with that bearing.
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