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Old 12-06-2018, 05:30 AM   #1
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Default FS: E36 Brakes, rotors, springs, etc.

Accepting reasonable offers; I'll entertain unreasonable offers as well.

Hawk HT-10's for E36 vented front rotors (non-M); new in box





Centric E36 vented front rotors (non-M)



TCKline front coilovers springs - 400lb/in, 7in, 60mm, used



TCKline rear (beehive) springs - 600lb/in, standard length



Vorschlag poly (black) m42/m44 motor mounts for E36, never installed



Turner RSM's, aluminum with bushings, used




Thanks in advance!

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Interested in the Rotors and poly motor mounts. Able to send pics of the rotors? I'm assuming they're a direct swap, or are they wider than stock? mjschwartz24 at gmail
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Interested in the Rotors and poly motor mounts. Able to send pics of the rotors? I'm assuming they're a direct swap, or are they wider than stock? mjschwartz24 at gmail
Updated with pics. Rotors are stock from 98+ 318Ti's (as well as E36 325/8's) with the vented front rotors. On my '95, I had swapped out the original solid front rotors & calipers for the vented rotors and larger calipers from a 325. If you are contemplating using your car for track/autocross, I'd suggest grabbing the pads also; makes a world of difference.

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Total streetcar - not planning on autox. I currently have slotted rotors in the front that probably need to be turned, but I have no plans on changing the calipers.

Still interested in poly motor mounts (mostly because I think the fluid in my rubber ones is leaking)
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Make offers on any of this stuff - just sitting around, unused, unloved. Someone's gotta want some nice front brake pads and rotors at least...
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How much for the motor mounts?
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What would you take for the rotors & pads. Don't really think I can use them because the car is mainly an AutoX car that I have to drive to & from events and they are not really good for street use as I understand. But if the price is too good to pass up... maybe.
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What would you take for the rotors & pads. Don't really think I can use them because the car is mainly an AutoX car that I have to drive to & from events and they are not really good for street use as I understand. But if the price is too good to pass up... maybe.
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