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  1. Need to do your yearly front wheel bearing maintenance? this description outlines basic process for doing this on 320i hubs, but the process is similar for 2002 hubs. Jack up car place jackstands under car remove front wheels unbolt calipers from struts. hang them from springs. do not let them dangle by the hoses. use channel locks to pull bearing cap off remove cotter pin on axle nut remove axle nut pull hub off axle. keep finger on the outer washer so that outer bearing does not drop out. put hub on work bench on clean paper. do not want to get dirt in the bearings. clean all the old grease off the axle so that you can examine it for damage. here is your chance to use those goofy angled screw drivers that come in the screw driver sets. use the flat blade part to reach down inside hub to tap out the inner grease seal without damaging it. pull out the inner bearing. clean it out. any degreaser or brake cleaner will work. make sure they are fully rinsed and completely dry before repacking with grease. pack with grease. i use vavloline synpower but that is probably overkill for a street car. you can do this by hand or use one of those plastic bearing greaser tools. i do it by hand. just make sure the thing is full. clean out hub and examine bearing races for damage. pack inside of hub with grease. i don't know if there is some specific amount, i have always just filled the recesses with a few fingerfuls. replace inner bearing. replace grease seal. fill back of seal with grease before inserting. clean and repack outer bearing. insert in hub. assemble the hub and slide back onto axle. keep finger on outer bearing so it stays on. put outer washer back on put axle nut back on put rotor back on put caliper back on strut put wheel back on (with wheel center cap off, if there is one) adjust bearing load. basically you want to snug it up to set the bearings, spin the wheel, then back off a little bit at at time until you feel smooth wheel movement with a touch of play when wiggling from 12 and 6 o'clock positions. a touch is defined as you can't really see it move, but you can feel just a little movement. put cotter pin back in. replace grease cap. tap in with hammer. i do not fill the grease cap with grease, but some folks do. no harm in extra grease. repeat for other side of car put car back on ground TQ your lug nuts. go drive. recheck wheel bearing play after a few days of driving. ---------------------------------------------- edit 3/14 need new bearings in the hub? lay out all the parts. hub inner bearing outerbearing grease seal studs keep the workspace CLEAN! don't get dirt in the new bearings. heat up hub tap in race using race tool now do the race on other side grease up the roller bearings and fill the hub. this is how much i used on one hub. can was new when started. ready on hub as with repack
  2. After test driving the car in California, I knew there was a few things that I would have to take care of right away when the car arrived home. Primarily with the throttle pedal. The car has an E30 G260 5 speed, which required the transmission tunnel to be widened. The result was a stock throttle pedal that absolutely did not fit anymore. I struggled to press it, and broke it clean off not 30 seconds after the car had arrived home. I ordered an Ireland Engineering aluminum throttle pedal, a kit they sell to address these issues. I simply cut out the stock pedal bracket, and bolted this pedal in. The pedal pushes against a roller bearing on the throttle rod, and engages incredibly smoothly. 10/10, best modification I’ll ever do to this car. Mainly because I can actually drive it properly now. I also ordered a steering hub adapter from IE, as I had a Renown 100 sitting around from my E30. The stock wheel was in decent shape, but a little too big for my taste. Unfortunately the 100 sticks out way too far on this hub, so I’ll likely need to swap to a Monaco. Otherwise it looks fantastic. Before the car was shipped to me, the previous owner spun up the coilovers so nothing was damaged getting on and off the truck. So I took some time to spin everything back down. I discovered the car is sitting on true-rear coilovers, but has no reinforcement on the rear shock towers. So I’ll be tackling that pretty quickly as well. I’ve only had the car for about a week now, so there wasn't a lot to report right off the bat. Fortunately I can say there will be future updates on this car, I have parts coming in and some goals to hit this year.
  3. Good condition Momo Italy steering comes with adapter Has horn button Came off a 1976 BMW 2002 Steering wheel is $300 new just looking to get something out of it, friend went back to factory wheel Willing to ship Call or text 217-653-8566
  4. Four hubcaps, driver quality. With some elbow grease and knowhow with a hammer, they could be quite nice. $60 plus shipping.
  5. My 2002 was swapped to 5x120 by the previous owner, and I'm in the process of collecting parts to put it back to 4x100 to run my BBS RS wheels. I've been doing some digging but haven't found a definitive answer on this, so I figured I'd throw both of my questions out there. What is the stock wheel stud length on a 2002? I noticed IE sells a few longer options, but doesn't note what a stock replacement part would be. Do you need extended lugs for an RS (15x7 et25 fitment)? If so, how much longer do I need, that will still clear underneath the waffle? I would assume they don't need these, as this is widely considered ideal fitment for 2002s. Figured I'd get all my ducks in a row, instead of guessing and having to cut studs that are too long. Thanks in advance!
  6. $160 shipped part # 36131104650 6lbs 20”x14”x6” from 95945 NLA
  7. 35cm *original hub *original horn button *original horn contact *original hub cover (not broken) *original grip (firm grip, not loose) $900 + shipping
  8. authentic, not reproductions (3) 13"x6" (2) 13"x6.5" $1300 + shipping
  9. I am about to try out my new 12-ton hydraulic gear puller to take the rear hubs off, yes I know it is a little overkill, but for $20 more at harbour freight, I got the big one. How hard should they be to take off? Assuming that it is the first time they have been removed since the car was made. My concern is that I don't want to bend the hubs.
  10. Set of 4 BBS wheels for BMW originally. 13x6 - not the more common 13x5.5 4x100 bolt pattern, ET13. One has slightly different markings in the center, but is otherwise 100% identical. Perfect for a BMW 320is E21 or BMW 2002. Good shape, not refinished
  11. 9 out of 10 condition $1200 shipped
  12. I'm going for an original/vintage look and would like to restore my wheels and hubcaps so they look shiny and new (or better than new ). I came across this post which mentioned a few things specific to restoring the steel wheels. It sounds pretty straight forward: sand/blast, prime with Rustoleum "rusty metal" primer (or maybe this one after sanding?), then Krylon "dull aluminum" for a finish coat. I also came across this Eastwood Silver Argent paint which might be even better. However, restoring hubcaps is still a mystery to me. As far as I can tell, my hubcaps were never chromed. Or maybe they are just dull and faded. Maybe they are stainless steel. They are dented and will need to be smoothed out in order to look original. Then there's the BMW logo in the center... So how can I restore them on the cheap, but still look original? Any thoughts and tips related to this topic would be helpful, but reiterate, I'm going for an "original shiny hubcap" look.
  13. Price:: 1000 Location: : San Fernando, CA I have a set of rare Magnesium Campagnolo wheels in very good condition. They came off a 1972 2002tii. Very little wear and tare. The tires have less then 1000 miles. I have additional photos if you are interested.
  14. Price:: 600.00 Location: : Seattle, WA See my ad in the PNW section. No shipping. Thanks, Stu.
  15. Price:: 550.00 Location: : fort walton beach, FL I have a clean set of Ronals 15x7s et28 4x100 bolt patter. PM or text me 850-240-0402[/size] my Paypal is [email protected] $550 shipped 20150420_182511 by bluebelt00, on Flickr 20150420_182519 by bluebelt00, on Flickr 20150420_182525 by bluebelt00, on Flickr 20150420_182531 by bluebelt00, on Flickr 20150420_182553 by bluebelt00, on Flickr 20150420_182739 by bluebelt00, on Flickr
  16. During the restoration of my Alpina wheels I faced the challenge of accurately masking the center circle to paint it black. Masking it by hand was tedious and frustrating, with no guarantee of a perfect circle, let alone perfect result. I knew there had to be a better way, so I created a small batch of quality stencils specifically designed for Alpina wheels. Precision laser cut to the correct center hole diameter (based on an original wheel set), these masking sheets are a necessity when it comes to properly and efficiently restoring a set of authentic Alpina wheels to original spec. They should work with 13" and 15" spoked Alpinas, as the center hole is exactly the same diameter, although they have only been tested with 15" wheels at this point. For more information or to purchase these please visit: bluebmw.com


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