E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings
E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings
E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings
E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings
E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings
E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings

E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings

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BMW E36 Solid Delrin Rear Subframe Bushings -33319059301, 33319066671

There are the four subframe bushings that connect the subframe to the E36 chassis. These are the base for all of the rear suspension!  These solid Delrin subframe bushings are the ultimate performance upgrade and are best suited for race cars where comfort is not a major concern. These bushings provide a significant improvement over the factory rubber units but fit just like OEM. What this does is ensure a tight fit and reduce the amount of flex experienced by the rear subframe and allow better power transfer and more consistent handling. 

The additional stiffness that the Delrin E36 rear subframe bushings provide means that your subframe will stay in its intended location resulting in a more predictable, and planted E36. These bushings are an absolute must for E36 cars that see constant track use. These bushings provide a significant overall improvement during on/off throttle loading, cornering, weight transfer, etc. 

These subframe bushings replace OEM part numbers - 33319059301, 33319066671

This item fits the following BMWs
  • ALL E36s including M3. (does not fit TI cars)
  • Price is for all 4 E36 subframe bushings
  • Enough to do 1 car
  • Lifetime warranty. 
NOTE ON THE DIFFERENCES OF POLY AND DELRIN IN THIS APPLICATION

We offer the BMW E36 Rear subframe bushings 3 different materials: 80A poly, 95A poly, and solid Delrin. Each material has its intended application and benefits. The 80A poly is the happy medium between upgraded bushings and plush OEM rubber. It is intended for the spirited street driver, and occasional Auto-X and track use. It offers a definite increase in performance with a limited increase in noise transfer and harshness. The 95A is the next tier up on the poly scale, offering a stiffer material than 80A and increased performance to match. If you have a car with a louder exhaust and or a car intended for only weekend use in the canyons or on Auto-X and track circuit this is the bushing for you. Finally, the solid Delrin bushings are for the ultimate in performance. This stiff solid bushing offers almost no deflection, keeping the rear end as tight as you can get it! It is designed for the truly hardcore racers and track enthusiasts.

Instructions

garagistic E36 Rear Subframe

Bushing Installation

 

Step 1: Position the subframe as if it were installed in the car and stand at the rear of the subframe, sway bar tabs close to you.

Step 2: The poly bushings are labeled top front, top rear, lower front, and lower rear. Bushings with the bigger inside diameter will be the rear bushings, 16mm hole. Bushings with the smaller hole will be the front bushings, ½ hole. The four bushings that look identical will be the bottom bushings.

Step 3: Grease the four top bushings and with a mallet tap them into their appropriate corner.

Step 4: Flip the subframe and grease the four bottom bushings and with a mallet tap them into their appropriate corner.

 

A press will be needed for Delrin bushings

 

Disclaimer

 

This instructional guide is intended to provide general information only. We recommend a professional automotive technician install any of our products. In no event shall Garagistic be liable for any special, direct, indirect, consequential, incidental injuries or damages whatsoever.

E36 Rear Subframe Bushings Installation


The Garagistic Poly E36 subframe bushings are labeled as top front, top rear, lower front, and lower rear. There are two of each. Front bushings will have smaller bolt holes, while the rear bushings will have larger bolt holes. The four bottom bushings are identical in appearance aside from the difference in bolt hole sizes. Delrin subframe bushings are not labeled but can be identified by the bolt hole size and face design.

1) Position the subframe as if it were installed in the car and stand at the rear of the subframe, sway bar tabs close to you
2) Grease the four top bushings and use a mallet to tap them in
3) Flip the subframe over, grease the four lower bushings and use a mallet to tap them in

*Delrin bushings may need to be pressed in


*Instructions are intended to provide general information only. We recommend a professional automotive technician install any of our products.