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Baum Tools Suspension Stabilizer Bar Link Repair Kit Mercedes-Benz Front

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    Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.

    Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.

    The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.

    Fits position: Front

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    Vehicle Engine Notes
    1977-1978
    Mercedes-Benz 230

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1977-1983
    Mercedes-Benz 240D

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1978-1981
    Mercedes-Benz 280CE

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1977-1981
    Mercedes-Benz 280E

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1978-1985
    Mercedes-Benz 300CD

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1977-1985
    Mercedes-Benz 300D

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1981-1985
    Mercedes-Benz 300SD

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1986-1987
    Mercedes-Benz 300SDL

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1988-1991
    Mercedes-Benz 300SE

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1988-1991
    Mercedes-Benz 300SEL

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1979-1985
    Mercedes-Benz 300TD

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1991
    Mercedes-Benz 350SD

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1990-1991
    Mercedes-Benz 350SDL

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1984-1985
    Mercedes-Benz 380SE

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1982-1983
    Mercedes-Benz 380SEC

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1981-1983
    Mercedes-Benz 380SEL

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1986-1991
    Mercedes-Benz 420SEL

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1984-1985
    Mercedes-Benz 500SEC

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1984-1985
    Mercedes-Benz 500SEL

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1986-1991
    Mercedes-Benz 560SEC

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.
    1986-1991
    Mercedes-Benz 560SEL

    • Saves approximately 20 hours labor time versus replacing the entire sway bar.
    • Instructions as follows: (1) Loosen the upper control arm mount on sway bar. (2) Remove the bolt, washer and rubber mount from sway bar end. (3) Cut the sway bar end off to approximately 1/2" back from the thin section. (4) Clean end and weld the Sway Bar Saver in place. (5) Install upper control arm outer bushings and tighten.
    • The sway bar end links are not available from the vehicle manufacturer. This repair kit includes: new bushings, washers, bolt and special stainless steel repair piece. For Mercedes 123, and 126 chassis cars.

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