BMW M5 Forum and M6 Forums - Blogs

Go Back   BMW M5 Forum and M6 Forums

Blogs From The Members of BMW M5 Forum and M6 Forums
Random featured blog entry from M5 VX

Cracked E60 M5 Rear Subframe

Posted 15th September 2012 at 04:04 by M5 VX
Hi All,
just discovered i have a rear subframe that is cracked. Has anyone ever had this problem. does not seem to be much on this. Spoke to a mechanic and basically we got to remove the diff, exhaust, heat shield , tailshaft and then he can weld the parts together whilst reinforsing the other mount that is sure to break. BMW told me that it has never happended to them before. Feedback would be appreciated. Thanks[Attachment]

[Attachment]

[Attachment]...
Recent Entries
Recent Comments
    There are no recent entries to display.
    There are no recent comments to display.
Find more...
Loading...

All times are GMT +2. The time now is 06:00.



Everything Copyright 2000-2008. Do not use ANYTHING from this site without written permission. All images, graphics, sound files, video files and text appearing on this web site are the exclusive property of m5board.com and are protected under international copyright laws. All images, graphics, sound files, video files and text on this site are for on-screen and on-site viewing and listening only. No part of this web site may be reproduced, copied, saved, stored, manipulated, or used in any form for personal or commercial purposes without the prior written permission of m5board.com. Use of any image or graphic as the basis for another photographic concept or illustration is a violation of the copyright. Any copyright infringement will be prosecuted to the full extent of federal and international copyright laws. M5board.com is an enthusiast board and we don't condone any dangerous activity. Our airfield events are completely safe based on years of experience, we conduct them during clear visibility with mature participants that have several years of experience with high-performance automobiles, large unobstructed run-off zones on sealed off private former military airbases and we clearly mark the braking zones. If inexperienced with high speed driving we do not recommend organizing your own event but attending a high-performance driving school. The use of the term "BMW" on this site is for reference only, and does not imply any connection between m5board.com and BMW AG or BMW North America.