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    SIR Tools B 90-BMW Wheel bearing and hub R&R kit.


    I used this kit one time to replace the wheel bearings on my E30. No missing or damaged parts. It fits several different BMW models. See details here:


    http://www.sirtools.com/B90.htm


    It looks like they are selling NEW for around $700 shipped.

    Asking $500 shipped.

    I can take Zelle or PayPal. Add 3% for PayPal if not using friends and family.

    Pictures here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmUTVRQv

    Thanks,
    Robert​

  • #2
    Updated to correct the asking price.

    SIR Tools B 90-BMW Wheel bearing and hub R&R kit.


    I used this kit one time to replace the wheel bearings on my E30. No missing or damaged parts. It fits several different BMW models. See details here:


    http://www.sirtools.com/B90.htm


    Asking $300 + shipping.


    I can take Zelle or PayPal. Add 3% for PayPal if not using friends and family.

    Pictures here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmUTVRQv

    Thanks,
    Robert​

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    • #3
      I've got this exact kit and it's a breeze to use. One thing that I did add to the kit is a small length of copper tubing to shield the splines in the hub from the threaded rod if you accidentally get knocked out of alignment.
      1988 M3
      2007 Lotus Exige S

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      • #4
        PM Sent, where are you located?
        E30 M3 Zinno
        E36 M3 Techno
        E46 M3 Laguna
        E92 M3 Alpine

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        • #5
          Originally posted by s2kallan View Post
          PM Sent, where are you located?
          Hendersonville, NC

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          • #6
            Originally posted by christsay View Post
            I've got this exact kit and it's a breeze to use. One thing that I did add to the kit is a small length of copper tubing to shield the splines in the hub from the threaded rod if you accidentally get knocked out of alignment.

            Good tip!

            Yes, it makes changing the bearings pretty much a non event. I can't imagine doing them without it.

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            • #7
              Sold

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              • #8
                slightly off topic but can the front bearings be replaced with this tool? I've only seen the whole hub assembly with the bearing unlike the rear.
                E30 M3 Zinno
                E36 M3 Techno
                E46 M3 Laguna
                E92 M3 Alpine

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                • #9
                  Nope, rear only.
                  1988 M3
                  2007 Lotus Exige S

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by s2kallan View Post
                    slightly off topic but can the front bearings be replaced with this tool? I've only seen the whole hub assembly with the bearing unlike the rear.
                    If I recall, you can pull the front hub/bearing with a standard 2 or 3 jaw puller.

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