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Old 14th April 2012, 05:57   #61
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Not just you. Escalated.
Any progress on this? The tie rod DIY link specifically
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Admin has not resolved it yet.

If anyone can remember the authors of the broken links, please chime in. That could be a way to relocate them.
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Admin has not resolved it yet.

If anyone can remember the authors of the broken links, please chime in. That could be a way to relocate them.
That is some super responsive super moderation right there
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Admin & techs believe the two DIY posts have been deleted. Can anyone recall their authors? I have updated the post -- look for red.
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You may want to add this thread to the DIY on the parking brake not engaging:

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Retro-Fit Auxiliary Audio Input Harness

Chowdah, here is the link for the Audio Auxiliary Input Retro-fit DIY I wrote. As far a words to be associated with it, perhaps "Aux", "Input", "Audio".

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BMW Performance Brakes Retrofit which i wrote at the weekend.

How To Fit The BMW Performance Brake Kit to an E39 M5

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Admin & techs believe the two DIY posts have been deleted. Can anyone recall their authors? I have updated the post -- look for red.
I found this one for the Thrust Arms and bushings...
Diy m5 thrust arm bushings install

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Thanks, it's better than nothing, which is what we have since the two mysteriously disappeared.
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