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  1. Suspension, Steering, Braking
    I need the front brake caliper bracket / brake carrier from an E46 Convertable, part number 34106758120. Will pay $65 for the pair, shipped to 28262. <img src="http://forum.e46fanatics.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=628684&stc=1&d=1459947568" alt="Brakes" width="859" height="449">
  2. Suspension, Brakes
    Hey all, I previously posted about a sticking caliper on my rear drivers side, attempting to figure out my best options for getting a new one. I ended up going to Autozone and picking up two new calipers for just 100 bucks after returning my cores. I also changed the rear rotors and pads along...
  3. Suspension, Brakes
    So I had my local indy shop diagnose one of my rear calipers to be dragging slightly. It seems to be getting worse...theres is now a consistent shake in the rear once the rotors warm up, and it is clearly way too hot as you can smell it. (Im in Ohio and its like 15 degrees right now) I plan to...
  4. E46 M3
    Ladies and gentlemen, I am rebuilding my calipers in an 05 M3. picture of my piston http://i.imgur.com/MonKz12.jpg I need new front pistons. I ordered a set from bimmerworld but they are currently on back order for a couple of weeks. Has anyone ever bough a set from eBay? Any ideas on...
  5. DIY: Do It Yourself
    I had a good deal on a set of front M3 CSL brakes (calipers, carriers, rotors) and set of SHOCKS/STRUTS with sport springs for front and back. To be honest I always dreamed of big drilled rotors and big calipers, so when I saw this eBay listing I couldn’t stop… also I was thinking to balance...
  6. Suspension, Brakes
    Hi I am trying to change the brake pads on my BMW 318Ci but cant get the piston to retract, I've tried bleeding the brakes to get it in but it feels seized. The rubber boot looks like its come away so i think it could be seized. The pads had gone down to bare metal so the piston is very...
  7. E46 General
    After a month of not washing, i visually inspected each of the wheels, concluded that the fronts were about 50% more covered in brake dust than the rears (both frnots have equal brake dust and both rears and equal but rears are 25% covered and fronts 75% covered after a month) so my question is...
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