Does anyone know a quality provider of the little tools you need to remove the climate control.
I've already purchased some off ebay and I know they were cheap, but they are too thick and barely go through the width of the outer plastic. There certainly don't get anywhere near as...
CLS W218 & E E Class W212 Space Saver Spare Wheel, Brace & Jack
All Mercedes parts:
Wheel - unused but a couple of odd marks from storage.
I bought it for my 2015 Shooting Break which came without a spare...
After a bit of advice re. the above. SWMBO is starting to bang on about trimming the hedge in the back garden as it's untidy (read out of control). She's got a point, if I'm honest. Yew, I believe, and about 8 foot high - it needs a good 2 foot lopping off the top and both...
Just wanted to find out what tools (by brand/location) you guys recommend when it comes to ball splitting and removal/install . Is the stuff on ebay ok or is it just badly made putty? anything to go for or avoid?
I've gleaned a good idea on how to go about the job from searches on...
First post here, although I did join a few days or so ago! :) Also if this is in the wrong section then sorry, and I appreciate this type of thread probably gets asked a lot, but I couldn’t find any suitable threads online!
Two weeks ago today I bought my dad a 2008 SLK200...
So I've just took ownership of a 1999 w210 e240
Now I appreciate it's not the most amazing car that Mercedes has ever built but it's in pretty good condition for a 1999
Has some rust bubbles on arches as you would expect however the rest of the car is mint.
I have just cleaned...
Anyone know if the OBD SBC reset tools work, anyone bought and used one. Seems like a cheap option against a new unit or having it reset by a specialist. My car is at 115k miles and still on its original pump which still works fine so if I got one would it still reset it ok
1 3/8 80 tooth ratchet good condition
1 3/8 fod 30 tooth ratchet excellent condition
1 1/4 tm830 30 tooth ratchet ok condition
2 blue point extensions 3 inch and 6 inch
£95 including postage
Have been rebuilding the engine on the 116 and the manual always lists the special tools necessary. Most can be replaced by standard tools but some of them do make life easier. Most recently MB were quite happy to sell me the valve spring tool but now will not sell me the offset hex socket...
What Tools , Spanners equip do I need to undo and replace [ new parts] pipe joints, spheres, valve, pump and fluid system on 1992 W124 estate Self -Levelling Rear Suspension. Cannot remove pipe union from under the Sphere - badly rusted. Even with the sphere...
I have a few bits for sale, but will need collecting from Didcot.
Jet Mortise drill with 8,10 & 12mm bits
hardly used £125
Axminster CT340 Thicknesser very little use £175
Some old coffin planes offers
SDS Auger bits £20
B&D Router KW850E £45
Ryobi Router £30
Trend Router table...
My brother in law is a one man gardening band, and has just had the following stolen from his van overnight:
1 Sthil petrol hedge trimmer
1 Stihl petrol combi tool and attachments (strimmer,lawn edger and long adjustable hedge trimmer
1 Stihl petrol leaf blower/vacuum
About £2k to...
Help needed in what tools can I use to dissassemble the front suspension as the spring snapped on mine and when trying to take the top mount off the shock absorber shaft spins with the top bolt.
What tool can i use to hold the shaft still?
Further to my thread in the 'engine' section
( http://www.mbclub.co.uk/forums/engine/181620-using-eobd-code-readers-merc.html )
asking about DIY diagnostic tools , which can be plugged into the EOBD port on newer cars and used to display fault codes , I thought it worth starting a more...
Having a clear out and selling some duplicates and unused stuff. Offering to forum goers before I put them on auction site.
Various screwdrivers good condition £10 each or offers for the lot!
Super flexy Mac ratchet only used once £40
Unused 3/8 drive wobbly impact sockets £70...
Most of my powered garden tools that have served me well for many years are manufactured by Black and Decker.
I'm considering buying some new kit, the first of which will be a powered pole pruner/saw (cheaper than constantly employing an arborist) - followed later by a cordless mower (because...