WTB Pitman Arm and EGR canister for '76 3.0 Si

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  1. John H.

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    Hello all, working on my wifes Si and find I need a pitman arm and an EGR canister. Any out there you want to part with or a recommendation for a parts supplier for these? Thanks....
     
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    I have the pitman arm for a CSI. I presume that it is the same but there were some changes with the 74+ E3's. Check with @Bavman also. I'm guessing that he has both.
     
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    Thanks, Markos. Need to check the item number in my blue book.
     
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    Technology! :D

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/part?q=32211109669

    Really though, I don't trust all of the compatibility metadata on realoem. I would love to hear from the experts.
     
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    I think RealOEM is correct in this case, it fits all years of e9 (based on the four digit model code) as well as all e3.
     
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    Well I am game, IF I can get it off the steering box. :D A little heat and a two jaw pulled should hopefully do it. I don’t have a dedicated pitman arm puller.
     
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    Yeah those ones can be a pain... But heat and violence should do it!
     
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    two jaw pulled and a impact wrench.... will do the job.... maybe some heat added.
     
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    Bavman got back to me saying he has both, so I don't know if you have already done the dirty deed? If so, I will honor your getting back to me so quickly! Cheers!
     
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    Of course I didn’t, I’m slow as hell! :D
     
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    According to realoem, fits an e24 as well. Plug the part number above into the realoem search box and you will see the cross reference. Just the bushing for a pitman arm, e24 at least, is readily available
     
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