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      12-23-2012, 01:04 PM   #9
Superfly_M3
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At those prices, it might even make sense to buy a used complete rear end with axles, diff, the works, swap it, and part out your own stuff. Not to mention you can upgrade that hard to get to rear sway bar.
I think I saw complete rear end go for arournd $3500.


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Originally Posted by connorcp View Post
SA told me that the new driveshaft is $900.00 and the labor to install would be in the $1500.00 range. Since I am still CPO this will only be the $50.00 deductible.

The new shaft will arrive Monday morning and they said I should have the car back tomorrow afternoon.

Hoping this will bring my vibration level back down to nothing. I will post up results when I get it back (hopefully) tomorrow.

I will say again...if you're in Houston, Momentum BMW SW is the place to go.