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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
Some tips for getting the CAB's on: Soak them in soap and water for 10 mins before putting them on. They were impossible for me to get on just using a little spray bottle.. i had top soak both, then they went right on with 2 or 3 good pulls.
With your bare hands?! I figured I was gonna need some sort of puller to get them onto the arms, but is it that easy?
Well you definetly need a gear puller to get them off the arms.. but they are not too too difficult to get on after soaking in hot water with soap for 3-5 mins. Theres kerosene or something in the rubber and it gets more plyable once the soap has reacted with it, and after it dries it will glue itself onto the control arm.
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