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BMW Radius Arm Parts

BMW has repeatedly put their emphasis on quality and being ahead of the opposition as a priority, which has aided in bringing the brand to one of the German big three for automakers. Their consistency has brought them a great status and is also shown in their products, even in their radius arm parts and components. Radius arm bushings in your BMW are a part of your suspension system. They are situated at the front and back of the radius arm and their purpose is to prevent the arm from too much wear and tear over time. If you hear a metal on metal knocking, this is usually a warning sign that your bushings have to be replaced. Your BMW’s suspension system should be examined every 3000 miles or every six months to stop the wear and tear that is brought on over time. The first thing to do is put in two support jacks in back of your BMW’s rear tires and use the lever to lift it up. Use a lug wrench to loosen the lug nuts on the front of the wheel. Take off the lug nuts below your BMW’s wheel hub and remove the wheel. If you have questions about BMW’s radius arm parts or components, the FCP Euro team is in place to help you out.

BMW Radius Arm Parts

Find your BMW’s radius arm. It links to the shock absorber. Use a wrench to take off the nuts and bolts that join the arm to the shock absorber. Also, take off the nuts and bolts at the bottom of the spring with the socket wrench. Lift up the spring away from the axle and set it aside. Use your socket wrench to loosen the pivot bolt on the axle arm and then take off the nut, washer, and bushing, from below your BMW’s radius arm with your wrench. Pull the radius arm back into the bracket and connect the new bushing on the bottom of the radius arm. Use a socket wrench to secure the nut and put in a swivel bolt on the axle arm and tighten. Attach the spring, bolts and nuts using the socket wrench and use your socket wrench to put in the brake caliper. Connect the radius arm to the shock absorber and secure it by putting the nuts onto the radius arm with your socket wrench. You can now put your BMW’s wheel on the wheel assembly and then put in the lug nuts with the socket wrench. Replace the hubcaps and screw in the bolts and you are all set. FCP Euro's consistent and educated call center team is accessible to answer any questions you have. If you are insecure or need input about which radius arm part is vital for your BMW, FCP has a huge directory for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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