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      Introducing FAQ Memberships   04/17/2017

      I would like to introduce everyone to the FAQ memberships. A fun way to fund the site and to contribute for those who are interested.    Everyone starts as a Solex Member.  This membership is free and not much visible is changing (I limited the personal message storage to 150).   Kugelfischer membership.  As a reward for your donation of $20.02 per year, you will not see any external advertisements, the site will look cleaner and run a bit faster. You will also get a couple of BMW 2002 FAQ Stickers.   Turbo Membership.  As a reward for your donation of $50.02, you will not see any external advertisements, the site will look cleaner and run a bit faster.  You will also get unlimited Personal Message storage, ability to create Private and Restricted Photo Albums. You will also get a couple of BMW 2002 FAQ Stickers and a Bottle Opener.   Alpina Membership.  As a reward for your donation of $100.02 per year, you will not see any external advertisements, the site will look cleaner and run a bit faster.  You will also get unlimited Personal Message storage, ability to create Private and Restricted Photo Albums, and an ability to upload Movies to the gallery. You will also get a couple of BMW 2002 FAQ Stickers, a Bottle Opener, and discounts on our accessories at the store.   There is also a fancy title that comes with each membership.  

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  1. I came cross this thread (originally was posted by @jerry in Dec. 2006) while was planning to rehab control arm bushings in my car. I read folks talk about replacing entire control arm because is difficult to press new bushings in. So I decided to give it a try on only one arm and see what happens. Well, it worked and procedure is SPOT-ON. Thanks to Author (Jerry). Following is the link to original post. The procedure is also copy and pasted here just in case the link not working properly or is broken. folks, a big hearty thanks to Pinepig and Zenon (and another FAQer whom i've forgotton, who i took the plumbing fitting idea). anyhow, these bushings have been installed, and with the proper setup and tips offered, this job is very much doable and rather rewarding. the key was Pinepig's use of bailing wire to wrap the rubber bushing. i used the wire that is made to tie rebar for cement forms; commonly available and cheap. cut off about 18 inches or so and wrap around the center portion of the bushing. it does not have to be perfect nor necessarily tight (see photo). assemble a nice pulling tool. i saw a fellow FAQer's use of galvanized pipe and copied it. i ground to small scallops for clearance as shown (see photo). these allow it to seat squarely on the Control Arm (don't want an akward angle to add to the effort). buy a handful of hardened washers and a couple spare nuts. i took Zenon's comment to heart, not to apply load to the rubber. i accomplished this by salvaging the center tube from the old bushing. use a hacksaw to slice it lengthwise in 2 places. you will still need to pry it off. as Zenon said earlier, these things are tough and can take the abuse. you'll notice that i still have residual rubber on my tube. the setup should be self evident from the photos. as the bushing is pulled into the hole merely pull the wire one wrap at a time to clear it. IT WORKS and the effort is minimal. i was able to use my wimpy all-thread rod without fear of pulling the threads apart or mashing the washers. this was tremendous difference from my earlier effort. pull the bushing past the spot you think it needs to go so that you can properly seat the outer flange. you can adjust the final position of the bushing by reversing the tool and pulling in the opposite direction till it aligns as you want it. That's all there is to it. Very rewarding and a much less costly alternative to replaceing the entire control arm. Addendum (3/15/10) (I am unable to upload my photos for some reason) I found using an ACME threaded rod and a thrust bearing to significantly ease the effort of installing the bushing. These can be purchased from McMaster-Carr. P/N 93410A120 6ft 1/2-10 ACME threaded rod $37.59 P/N 94815A107 ACME HEX NUT 1/2-10 $2.44/ea Buy 4 you'll only need a 12 inch section of the rod. (the ACME rod is merely a suggestion) apply grease to the threads to prevent galling of the nut while tightening (the applied loading is quite high) Also, I strongly advise the use of Silicone grease (not petroleum grease). Dow Corning makes some for labratory glassware. the glycerine is not nearly as effective. Liquid Soap has been suggested but i have not tried it.
  2. For some strange reason, I cannot copy any pictures onto my posts. I just tried copying the same picture to a post using several different methods but none will work. See here for test post
  3. There are times when you can add to an existing FAQ thread, then others that make you want to share your good fortune. Last weekend, I brought my 69 to the local cars and coffee at Hollin Hall off Fort Hunt Road in Alexandria. Local 02 owners Pete and Carrie Hagan were there. Carrie just sent me these pictures she took. I'm amazed by these pictures. This lady has some real talent! Another local gearhead/photographer is Laura Hatcher. She took some pics of the 69 at the same event. See halfway down in this link http://www.laurahatcherphotography.com/Classic-Cars/Cars-Coffee-Hollin-Hall-17-Jul/
  4. Here are a few pictures from the BMW corral this past weekend from Amelia.
  5. Hey Gang, I finally got my pictures from the Brisbane show done. You can view the set at: Facebook.com/BobYeeImages Click Photos, then Albums, then navigate to the Brisbane 2015 Album. Enjoy! Bob
  6. Here's a six step tutorial. It's a breeze. 1. Go to Photobucket.com and start an account.. its free and easy. Photobucket the cleanest and simplest, purpose built site for this type of work. 2. Create a "new album". Hit the big green upload button and select the pics on your computer that you want to up upload. 3. Once they are uploaded, add names if you like and click save.. 4. Hover on the image (or click it for a larger view), and click on the "IMG" line at the bottom.. It will tell you it copied the link. 5. Hit Control-T (Command-T for Apple users) on your keyboard to open another tab in your browser and start a post here on the tasty FAQ. Paste the link into the body of the message. Navigate between tabs to retrieve more IMG links and plug them in. 6. Use the preview button before submitting to be sure you didn't use the same image twice, etc. And then hit submit. Done and Done. **And For you mobile tekkies (like me), or those new to the smart phone action, this is all doable via the Photbucket app. Get it here: http://photobucket.com/mobile/apps/iphone/#iphone You can upload pics straight from your phone, and then you can follow the same steps as above. Just pull the code from the app by tapping the little i button in the bottom right corner (iPhone) of the picture you want.
  7. Howdy - I just put our next GTG onto the events page. I will be bringing Sputter, fresh off of a full resto, and a bunch of pictures from MidAm. I hope to see you there. J
  8. Well here it is. I am taking a commercial photography class in my Sophmore year of highschool and we did a assignment about things we love. I right away was thinking **2002, E30's, driving** so i run home whip out my dads Cannon Rebel XSI and start taking pictures. I liked this one the best and heard about a art show for highschool photography classes. I entered it and it got accepted. The "2002" is also off my car. Proably should have just downloaded one but whats the fun in that well it was a pain but still. Great learing expreience. Thought I would share the story of me tryna promote the '02 passon lol.
  9. the driver side front shock blew in my 73 2002. I also needed to replace the ball joint under that shock as well as my driver side caliper due to a stuck caliper piston... all of my bushings on my suspension were pretty much toast as well so I picked up an entire subframe complete with calipers, shocks, rotors....everything. I already swapped the calipers from the new subframe to the car to make sure they worked properly, they perform great!! Im planning to suspend the engine and swap the whole thing in one swoop. I want to change the fluid and adjust my steering box. I also bought a steering coupler from ireland http://www.iemotorsport.com/bmw/2002-suspension-steering/02steercoupler.html is there anything else that I should pay attention to while changing out the subframe? thanks in advance!!!!! -PInkey- Pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/83996136@N05/9412214276/ http://web.stagram.com/p/468261986769408462_184023427 http://www.flickr.com/photos/83996136@N05/