Discussion in 'E36 M3 (1991-1999) and E30 M3 (1986-1990)' started by Marks, Nov 23, 2019.
You can, the mounting points are the same between all e36s, as are the spring arm and rear camber control arm.
As far as I know, the differences are the evo arm has balljoint type joints for both of the lateral arms where all others have one joint and one bush.
As far as I know that's the only difference between 3.0 and 3.2. Probably easier just to change the bush on a non-evo arm to the evo type than to swap the whole arm over.
Compared to a standard e36 the m3 arms have larger bearings and different caliper mounts for the larger disks.
Balljoints? Doubt any arm has balljoints.
ETM list same p/n for both 3.0 and 3.2.
The joints at the back of the arm are often called ball joints because that's how they work, even is technically it's not a ball in the middle because the ends are flattened and there's a hole through the middle. Theyre pretty much an enclosed spherical bearing or rose joint.
harry's right, they are ball joints