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  1. Suspension, Brakes
    Just finished doing the RTAB's and limiter's using a Schwaben RTAB puller/ installer tool I purchased from ECS Tuning. It went very well and I highly recommend purchasing the correct puller tool if you are doing this job, whether it is this Schwaben or the MIS tool. I watched a few videos on...
  2. DIY: Do It Yourself
    I have not seen a REVIEW on this tool yet, so here is a brief note on what it is and what it does. TOOL REVIEW: Laser Tools 4847 Drive Shaft Puller/Extractor Set Link to Laser Tools manufacturer website (not where I purchased) http://www.lasertools.co.uk/product/4847 A 7 Piece Drive Shaft...
  3. Tools for sale or rent
    These are two different tools that have the ability to remove and install all three differential bushings on your E46. They may be rented separately or together depending on availability. Deposit for single tool is $100/ Rental fee of $30 Deposit for both tools $200/ Rental fee of $50 I ship...
  4. E46 General
    Doing a head gasket job, and I'm about to grab the camshaft alignment tool to lock them in place at top dead center. Problem is I placed the locking blocks on the camshafts but the center pin doesn't fit in place. The blocks are too distant to screw them down. This is while the flywheel pin is...
  5. Tools for sale or rent
    Renting out my MIS RTAB tool for fellow fanatics. This is a REAL MIS tool that is not a homemade rig like some of the tools on are nowadays with guaranteed smooth results. RTAB TOOL $75 deposit, rental fee of $30 for a total of $105. $75 will be refunded upon return of the tool. I pay for...
  6. E90
    Rule #1: Use the right tool for the job. These brake caliper tools from Schwaben are essential for changing your pads or bleeding your brake fluid in your German automobile. If your caliper pistons need to be simply pressed back in, or if they're threaded and require screwing back in, we've...
  7. DIY: Do It Yourself
    I bought a clutch kit thinking it came with the pilot bearing puller tool (extractor), but it didn't. It's a Saturday night and I have set aside hours tomorrow to work on this (the transmission is out and I have replaced the main rear seal, but without the tool, I am stuck. I don't want to order...
  8. New England
    Hi I am hoping that somebody in the area has the airbag reset tool that I can use to reset my codes and see if they will come back. You can see my troubles on this link. The dealer wants $1,300 so before I go there I am hoping I can try to reset the codes. Thanks,
  9. DIY: Do It Yourself
    I don't know if anyone else has ran into this problem but one night I was working on a head gasket replacement with I*do*Werke on an m52 engine and we had to fully dissemble the head before it was sent to the machine shop. This involved removing the cams, cam trays and valves. Removing the...
  10. E90
    If you're a tool-aholic--or know someone who is--we have good news: From now until January 2, 2012, everything in the Schwaben tool catalog is on sale. No coupons or complicated formulas or sales codes to remember, just a flat 10% off. A dime off every dollar you spend. Not yet familiar with...
  11. E46 General
    I've searched all over and can't seem to find an answer to my question. I have a service engine light on so I ordered the Peake tool after reading everyone's posts on here. I hooked it up and after I press go with Fc, the following numbers come up: 19, 10, 8d, A8 Am I correct that this means...
  12. DIY: Do It Yourself
    Now that we've had some transactions between E46 members happen on the site, I would like to go ahead and have this thread be the repository for folks who have used the site to tell their stories.
  13. DIY: Do It Yourself
    So, as AutomotiveSpecialtyTool.net progresses along, we'd like to get a running tally of all of the tools in which people are interested for borrowing/lending purposes. We plan on incorporating something similar on our site to help users prioritize which tools to post up, etc... We encourage...
  14. E46 General
    Well, I just recently purchased a Peake Tool from Bimmertools this weekend, and today I finally got a chance to put it to good use. I had previously purchased it to shut off my check engine light that came on after the upper intake tube on my K&N filter came disconnected from the lower intake...
  15. E46 General
    I haven't seen a real definitive plan laid out for the maintenance of our cars. Because of this, there has been way too many redundant threads on the issue of fluid changes, belts, pulleys, etc. So what I'm going to do here today is provide a bit of an idea of what my maintenance plan is, and...
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