Just a quick one,
There are 4 bushings on the two trailing arms - are they identical or should the outers or inners be eccentric to set toe/camber - I see you
can buy both concentric and eccentric from BMW but it's not totally clear to me as it states toe/camber is factory set, but bently shows an adjustable set if you need them - but no part numbers.
I have a "toe out" event going at the rear, and want to sort it out, probably just knackered bushes so looking into this.
I'm aware you can buy various kits for this - just wondering what the oem approach is.
many thanks you' all
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and is it OK to drop the trailing arms with the callipers and half shafts attached for the easiest replacement of the bushes? I don't want to pull the CV's as it's too much hassle.