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Old 27th May 2015, 10:48 AM   #1
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Default FOR SALE: Turner Motorsport Aluminium Rear Adjustable Camber Arms - E46, E36, E85



I have just had a delivery in of the excellent Turner Motorsport Aluminium adjustable rear Camber arms. They fit E46 M3 (Coupe & Vert), E36 M3 and E85 Z4M. They fit a few other non-M models as well. Full list below:

This item fits the following BMWs:
1992-1999 E36 BMW 318i 318is 318ti 318ic 323is 323ic 325i 325is 325ic 328i 328is 328ic M3
1999-2006 E46 BMW 323i 323ci 325i 325ci 325xi 328i 328ci 330i 330ci 330xi M3
2001-2006 SpecE46 BMW 330i 330ci
2003-2008 E85 BMW Z4 2.5i Z4 3.0i Z4 3.0si Z4 M Roadster M Coupe


These are built to the usual very high Turner Motorsport quality. They look like a real work of art with the anodised blue finish! They are easily adjustable without removal from the car, unlike a lot of other cheaper Ebay style adjustable camber arms. Being made out of aluminium as well, they are incredibly light compared to the steel ones available elsewhere. See one of them on the scales below to see how light they are.

They use the Rubber busing to give you the longest possible life and to reduce road noise and vibrations. Therefore these are suitable for use on a road car or a track car. Especially useful for lowered cars to get your rear camber set exactly right and improve your handling.

I'll let the pictures do the talking:














One on the scales:



1147 grams! Less than half the weight of some steel ones

What they look like fitted:



See how easy they are to adjust from under the car.


Price per pair: 350.00 Delivered


I sell the Turner Rear Trailing Arm Bush (RTAB) Limiter kits and the Turner adjustable front camber/castor kits as well. Check out my other threads

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Old 27th May 2015, 11:21 AM   #2
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Really like the Turner ones the way they adjust! I've the VAC ones but worked on cars with Hardrace ones before and they were a pain to adjust the exhaust side one.
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Old 27th May 2015, 12:46 PM   #3
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Really like the Turner ones the way they adjust! I've the VAC ones but worked on cars with Hardrace ones before and they were a pain to adjust the exhaust side one.
A lot of them are impossible to adjust on the drivers side. These Turner ones are a piece of cake as all the adjustment is done by the wheel away from the exhaust
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That's a really good price John!

I wish I'd known that you sell them before. I ordered mine last month and the total cost landed inc delivery and taxes was 346!
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Old 27th May 2015, 01:10 PM   #5
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That's a really good price John!

I wish I'd known that you sell them before. I ordered mine last month and the total cost landed inc delivery and taxes was 346!
Thanks Dino

The Customs fees/taxes and delivery are a killer from the States
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Old 29th May 2015, 09:38 AM   #6
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Just ordered these from John, what a service many thanks
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Will you have any more for sale in future?. I'm not gonna be ready to purchase for a couple of months but they are exactly what I'm looking for!.
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Just ordered these from John, what a service many thanks
Thanks John. I'll drop the parcel off tomorrow morning and you should have these with you on Tuesday
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Will you have any more for sale in future?. I'm not gonna be ready to purchase for a couple of months but they are exactly what I'm looking for!.
I have one pair left but will be getting more on my next delivery from Turner. I will be stocking more of their excellent suspension components for the E46 M3, so watch this space
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I'll take them, if they're still available
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Thanks John. I'll drop the parcel off tomorrow morning and you should have these with you on Tuesday
Nice one they turned up right on Q, Thanks
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I bought the subframe kit from them few years ago but got stung by customs
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I bought the subframe kit from them few years ago but got stung by customs
It's a killer. They charge you 20% VAT plus admin charges!
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Thanks John, they now have pride of place on my dining table not for long thou.
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They look that good you could actually put them up on the wall!
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I will be bringing Sam's pair of these with me to Gaydon. I will have one more pair with me for sale if anyone is looking for a set?
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More stock now in. I also have a couple of pairs of the Race version with Rose jointed ends. Not ideal for a road car, but ideal for a Track car. These add 35 to the price.

Here is the difference between them:


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Does the centre adjuster on the outer end have opposing threads? i.e, when you turn it, it shortens or extends the overall length without having to remove it from the car every time?
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Does the centre adjuster on the outer end have opposing threads? i.e, when you turn it, it shortens or extends the overall length without having to remove it from the car every time?
These are adjusted in situ without needing to remove them from the car. As you can probably tell from the photos, all the adjustment is made from near the wheel, unlike most other adjustable arms on the market. This means that the exhaust doesn't get in the way on the drivers/right side.

If you look at the picture below you can see the adjustment part with a little thread exposed:

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