PRODUCT : BMW E46, E85/ E86,Z&M Front Inner Rear bushes (pair). #193518-2 One ‘Caster’ offset (Resolves light steering pull). 2-axis/self-aligning. Resolves premature failure and improves traction under braking. More “Positive” Caster improves high speed directional control, quicker turn in and with reduced dive/lift under brake and acceleration. Also available: #193518-1 Pair replacement bushes (No Caster offset). #193518-3 Both ‘Caster’ offset (Resolves strong steering pull).
Allows precise BMW E46, E85/ E86,Z&M Front Caster Bush Kit Bushing adjustment for the first time. Genuine KMAC BUSHINGS – Designed for absolute maximum adjustment range. Strongest and longest lasting. Featuring twice the load bearing area of OEM bushes. Hardened teethed nickel chromed steel centers with spiral grease grooves. Hardened teethed external steel washers. Double length nuts. Fail safe lock system. With the KMAC unique patented design there is no more dis-assembly required each time an alignment setting needs to be changed. – Just a single wrench to adjust accurately (under load) direct on alignment rack.
RESULT : Finally – The adjustment capability to resolve costly premature edge tire wear and steering pull, The result of day to day commuting encountering high cambered roads, altering height through load carrying or lowering, fitting wide profile tires/wheels or curb knock damage. Along with ability to improve traction, understeer/ oversteer.
* ALSO SEE COMPLETE RANGE OF THESE “FRONT AND REAR PRECISELY ADJUSTABLE CAMBER, CASTER, TOE BUSHINGS ” All the very latest KMAC design breakthroughs to resolve premature bush wear. Most bushings feature twice the load bearing area of OEM and are 2 axis / self aligning – without the use of air voids. Result is improved brake and steering response. The Camber, Caster and Toe bushings are also precisely adjustable (unique KMAC patented design – single wrench on car, allowing accurate adjustment “under load” direct on alignment rack). With the “Camber” bushings providing also “extra” track width (and negative adjustment) on race days.