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Old 11-08-2011, 05:23 PM   #1
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Neriah's BMR Suspension and bushings

Much easier to just remove the whole cradle.



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Old 11-08-2011, 05:25 PM   #2
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Looks great. BTW do you want me to move this to the suspension mods section?
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:30 PM   #3
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Looks great. BTW do you want me to move this to the suspension mods section?
Nah, its kinda cool to just keep it between us California locals. I'm just sharing progress on a local boys car. If thats ok?
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:39 PM   #4
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totally OK.
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:49 PM   #5
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:03 PM   #6
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Nice work Gary.
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Old 11-10-2011, 02:11 PM   #7
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Just got back from picking my car up and taking it on a test drive of Marsh Creek Road.... What a difference! Car just feels more "in sync". I did not notice any vibrations or noises like others have reported. Same smooth/quiet ride as before just feels more solid, stable, and gives a lot more confidence.

As always Gary your guys did an awesome job.
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Those BMR parts look really good on the car! Thanks for the feedback on our parts.
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Nah, its kinda cool to just keep it between us California locals. I'm just sharing progress on a local boys car. If thats ok?
anyway to get a quote on the bushings and install price?
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anyway to get a quote on the bushings and install price?
Call the shop, 925-634-3222, ask for Gary.
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I have a question I have most of the same stuff, why did you not change out the endlinks and keep them OEM...
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I have a question I have most of the same stuff, why did you not change out the endlinks and keep them OEM...
I can't speak for Neriah, but I can say, he's been building this car step by step, and paying cash, he's a workin man, picks out and buys what he can afford in stages. Along with end links, he's got a long list of future mods.
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I can't speak for Neriah, but I can say, he's been building this car step by step, and paying cash, he's a workin man, picks out and buys what he can afford in stages. Along with end links, he's got a long list of future mods.
Oh thats cool just woundering with all the other suspension parts was just cuirous... did not know if there was another reason or not..
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I can't speak for Neriah, but I can say, he's been building this car step by step, and paying cash, he's a workin man, picks out and buys what he can afford in stages. Along with end links, he's got a long list of future mods.

Exactly. I have a mile long list of stuff I need/want. Sway bars and end links are at the top of my list, but gotta work the OT first, plus...the car mostly sits in my garage.... the stock links hold up pretty well under that kind of use
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Exactly. I have a mile long list of stuff I need/want. Sway bars and end links are at the top of my list, but gotta work the OT first, plus...the car mostly sits in my garage.... the stock links hold up pretty well under that kind of use
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1500 mile road trip tomorow. Then I will be able to give a real review haha.
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