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Baum Tools Camshaft Lock Tool Mercedes-Benz

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Baum Tools

Model #B272/273CAM

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    Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.

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    Vehicle Engine Notes
    2006-2007
    Mercedes-Benz C230

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2006-2007
    Mercedes-Benz C280

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2008-2012
    Mercedes-Benz C300

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2006-2007
    Mercedes-Benz C350

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2007-2010
    Mercedes-Benz CL550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2006-2009
    Mercedes-Benz CLK350

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2007-2009
    Mercedes-Benz CLK550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2007-2011
    Mercedes-Benz CLS550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2006-2010
    Mercedes-Benz E350

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2011
    Mercedes-Benz E350
    4Matic
    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2011
    Mercedes-Benz E350
    Base
    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2007-2011
    Mercedes-Benz E550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2009-2015
    Mercedes-Benz G550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2007-2012
    Mercedes-Benz GL450

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2008-2012
    Mercedes-Benz GL550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2010-2012
    Mercedes-Benz GLK350

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2006-2009
    Mercedes-Benz ML350

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2010-2011
    Mercedes-Benz ML350
    4Matic
    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2010-2011
    Mercedes-Benz ML350
    Base
    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2010-2011
    Mercedes-Benz ML450

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2008-2011
    Mercedes-Benz ML550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2006-2009
    Mercedes-Benz R350

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2010-2011
    Mercedes-Benz R350
    4Matic
    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2010-2013
    Mercedes-Benz S400

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2007-2011
    Mercedes-Benz S550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2007-2009, 2011-2012
    Mercedes-Benz SL550

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2006-2008
    Mercedes-Benz SLK280

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2009-2011
    Mercedes-Benz SLK300

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    2005-2008
    Mercedes-Benz SLK350

    • Used to hold the left intake camshaft in place during timing chain removal and installation on Mercedes 272 and 273 engines.
    Baum Tools Unlimited, Inc. was founded in Los Angeles, California in 1959 by Charles Baum. Beginning as a tool jobber driving a VW bus all over the US, Chuck supplied Volkswagen and Porsche dealer technicians and repair shops with metric hand tools from Belzer Tools of Germany. Soon realizing that the use of VW special tools not only saved time for the mechanic, but generated higher earnings for the repair shop, he expanded into the growing line of VW and Porsche special tools. As his customers businesses succeeded, so did Baum Tools.

    As the business grew through the 1960’s, Baum Tools expanded into Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Volvo and Saab special tools. In the mid 1970’s Baum Tools opened a Southeast division. In 1983 complete operations were moved from Los Angeles to Sarasota, Florida.

    Baum Tools has now assembled the most comprehensive “in stock” selection of OEM and aftermarket special tools for VW – Audi – BMW – Mercedes – Porsche – Volvo – Saab – Ferrari and Jaguar available anywhere in the world. With the 1997 addition of the second warehouse in Sarasota Baum Tools has more than eight thousand different items in stock. This makes Baum Tools a one stop shop for the European automotive repair and service specialist.

    As a leading importer, manufacturer and distributor of European automotive special tools, Baum Tools has imported and distributed Stahlwille, Deutronic, Hazet, Matra, Peisler, Matador,Geodore, Belzer, Wiha, Wera and Kukko as well as most of the small contract OEM tool companies that have been building special tools for the German car manufacturers for years.

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