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Ireland Engineering Steering Bushings - NEW


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Price: $85
Location: PA


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New Steering Idler Arm Bushings & Urethane Steering Coupler

 

Worn idler arm bushings will affect the steering. You can check them by holding the idler arm while a friend moves the steering wheel – if you feel any slop, the bushing are worn. You can also push up and down on the arm to check for wear. Because they’re not the easiest parts to replace, they tend to be neglected on most 2002’s. If you have the engine out or exhaust manifold off, it’s a good time to change them. OEM part #32211115116.

 

This heavy-duty urethane steering coupler is a must for performance and race cars, and is a great replacement for worn out factory couplers. Fits all 2002, E9, E3, E21, E30, E12, E28, E24, and E34 cars.

 

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On 1/29/2023 at 1:29 PM, tdk930 said:
Price: $85
Location: PA

 


Description:

New Steering Idler Arm Bushings & Urethane Steering Coupler

 

Worn idler arm bushings will affect the steering. You can check them by holding the idler arm while a friend moves the steering wheel – if you feel any slop, the bushing are worn. You can also push up and down on the arm to check for wear. Because they’re not the easiest parts to replace, they tend to be neglected on most 2002’s. If you have the engine out or exhaust manifold off, it’s a good time to change them. OEM part #32211115116.

 

This heavy-duty urethane steering coupler is a must for performance and race cars, and is a great replacement for worn out factory couplers. Fits all 2002, E9, E3, E21, E30, E12, E28, E24, and E34 cars.

 

20230129_111418.jpg

20230129_111454.jpg

20230129_111434.jpg

 

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