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  • basketcase
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    Originally posted by mwagner10702 View Post

    In case you need the part numbers . . . .

    11 81 1 417 407 Motorlager hydr. / engine mounting hydr
    23 71 1 417 246 Getriebegummilager / gearbox rubber
    31 12 9 061 222 Satz Gummilager exz./ rubber mounting set exc (FCA bushing)
    33 31 1 417 247 Gummilager HA-Träger / rubber bushing cross member
    33 32 1 417 248 Satz Gummilager Lenker exz. / set exc. rubber bushing (Trailing arm bushing)
    Much appreciated thank you.

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  • mwagner10702
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    Originally posted by basketcase View Post
    I'm also interested in the group n rubber bushings for all the m3. Engine, gearbox, suspension.
    In case you need the part numbers . . . .

    11 81 1 417 407 Motorlager hydr. / engine mounting hydr
    23 71 1 417 246 Getriebegummilager / gearbox rubber
    31 12 9 061 222 Satz Gummilager exz./ rubber mounting set exc (FCA bushing)
    33 31 1 417 247 Gummilager HA-Träger / rubber bushing cross member
    33 32 1 417 248 Satz Gummilager Lenker exz. / set exc. rubber bushing (Trailing arm bushing)

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  • rewilfert
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    I’ve been running the group n engine, trans and subframe mounts for around 14 years. I’ve never had an issue with them. My car is street driven. They are way stiffer than stock. If I grab my engine and shake it the engine stays solid and the whole car moves. Zero fitment or durability issues. I wonder if they are still in production. They were crazy expensive when I bought mine compared to the stock mounts. I think the set cost me around $1400 way back then.

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  • basketcase
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    I'm also interested in the group n rubber bushings for all the m3. Engine, gearbox, suspension.

    Is this a good half way mark between stock and poly bushes? I want to get a better shifter setup and would prefer less movement of the drivetrain, but don't want issues that poly bushes come with. A factory BMW option would be nice. Is group N too harsh for a street car?

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  • mwagner10702
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    33 31 1 417 247 Gummilager HA-Träger / rubber bushing cross member

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  • Akmpower
    started a topic part number needed for Group N rear sub frame bushes

    part number needed for Group N rear sub frame bushes

    Could someone kindly tell me what the part numbers are for Group N rear sub frame pushes. Struggling to find any thing. Many thanks.
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