?120 + each!monoi wrote: OEM are available from your local bmw dealer.
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The problem with the rings is that you have to remove the stub axles to get at the ring. When I put my rear end back together, I forgot to put on the brake backing plates. That also meant removing the stub axles, which pulled out the center of the new bearing. Plan on replacing the bearing along with the ring.
1987 M6 - My dream car
What is the Torque for the Allen bolts that hold the Axel on to the Hubs.
1981 635 German FRANKEN6ER gray market RIG, 1988 635,91 Nissan 240SX , 1993 Harley 1340ccFXR Super Glide, 2000 M2 Buell 1200cc.
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Bobby if you can't get it, google torque settings for... put in the size of the bolt such as 12mm or what ever it is and it will give them to you. IIRC torque settings are based on bolts size. Other wise use the old method of tighten it all the way and give it one last pull and you will feel the bolt "stretch" not a gigantic pull or you will break the bolt. Just enough to feel it stretch. The google method works great
81 Euro 635 M90 with motronic. Currently under a complete nut and bolt restoration. Pictures at