MIS E36/E46 RTAB tool

 

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Newer style bushing being installed on E36 M3 with part number: 33-32-6-770-817

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MIS BMW E36/E46 Rear Trailing Arm bushing remover and installer tool

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Are you unable to tackle the RTAB's on your precious 3-series because you don't have that "special tool?" Do you want to save hundreds of dollars from the dealership that want $300-400 to change RTAB bushings? Does your shop have trouble installing OEM rubber bushings? Are you afraid to install OEM rubber bushings and "have" to install aftermarket bushings?

 

Well you don't have to worry about all that, you can simply buy this tool to solve your relevant RTAB problems with this proven solution.

 

This RTAB tool is a solid, all steel tool that will give you the convenience of removing and installing the E36/E46 RTAB's. The bores are CNC machined and the round puller piece is CNC machined as well. Has very smooth and precise threads for fast movement and minimum stress. Threads are chamfered and tested for consistency. "C" part is TIG/MIG welded with internal reinforcements. The "C" part, remover and puller blocks are cold-rolled steel.

-A proven and tested tool.

-Very convenient to use and makes the job much easier

-No need to experiment with aftermarket bushings such as urethane or polyurethane bushings.

-No need to guess or experiment with different tools

-No need to take a risk with the GAS TANK right next to the trailing arms when using a torch (or a long drill).

-No need to guess on a drill bits or experiment with chisels, saws, and hammers.

-Does not require much strength to use; although some wrenching is required to tighten yet is minimal.

-Will remove and install all OEM rubber bushings for E36/E46 BMW's, including M3.

-Will accurately install the gap between the bushing and the trailing arm.

-Will install 33-32-6-770-786, 33-32-2-228-153, 33-32-6-770-817, and all other OEM E36/E46 rubber bushings, including M3.

-Add this tool to your special BMW tool collection and loan it out to friends.


-The Z4 has the same part number of 33-32-6-770-817 for the rear trailing arm bushing as the E36 / E46 so this tool should work on the E85/E86 also. As this link confirms that the E36/E46 M3 and E85/E86 Z4's have the same RTAB part number.

 

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/partxref.do?part=33326770817++&showus=on

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=BT93&mospid=49345&btnr=33_1139&hg=33&fg=30&hl=15
Please contact us before buying this tool to work on a Z4 E85/E86.


Tips during use

-Use plenty of heavy weight oil on all threads, rod, and washers. Heavy weight oil is highly recommended in every use.

-Make sure rod and block threads are clean before every use.

-Lubricate the tool and blocks to prevent rust and corrosion with sprays such as WD-40.

Directions available via email.

 

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New style bushings with part number: 33-32-6-770-817

These are the stiffest OEM rubber bushings you can buy and are an updated design from BMW itself. These are ideal and recommended for all E36/E46 M3 as they are an updated part number. The updated M3 bushings will fit all also all E36 and E46, 3-Series from 1992-2006 and E85/E86 (Z4).

 

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NOTE: RTAB must be installed equally for proper alignment and handling dynamics; meaning half and half. There are alignments marks on each side of the bushing to indicate where to stop (Shown in the picture above on the right).

This is how the RTAB should look when installed onto the trailing arm (picture below).

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