FOR SALE: (W203 + various) GENUINE Mercedes Rear carrier bushing removal tool

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pangster

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2003 Mercedes Benz C200K Avantgarde SE (W203)
For sale is a GENUINE Mercedes Benz tool set (part number: W202 589 00 43 00) for removing and replacing the wheel carrier bushing at the rear wheel carrier assembly (where all the links attach). This is in pretty much as new condition as it's only been used once to change the bushes on the rear of my W203 (figured I would offer this for sale on here first before sticking it on eBay! :) ) - any questions, just ask! - pictures and details below.

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Please check compatibility with your own model before buying - but a quick Google confirms it should work on Mercedes-Benz chassis: 124, 129, 140, 170, 171, 201, 202, 203, 208, 209, 210, 215, 220, 221, 230, spanning 1984-present models (not every model however, mainly the ones listed below):

W124 (1986-1995 300E/E320, 300D, E300D, 400E, 500E,etc), R129 (1992-2002 SL Models), w140 (Sclass from 1991-1998), R170, R171 (All SLK models, thru current), w201 (all 190E/D models), w202 (C class 1993-2000) w203 (c class 2000-2006), w208 & w209 (all CLK models), w210 (E-Class 1996-2001), w215 (CL - Class Coupe 1999-2006), w220 and w221 (S Class 1996-2006, S class 2006-present), and R230 (the new SL roadster). It is used to replace MB Bushing #220-352-02-27, which are now #221-352-00-27.

This set comes complete with all the proper components to efficiently get the job done right. This tool works both on the car or on the bench!

Price is £70 (which includes postage and packaging)
 
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did you read the thread??! lol1:

here's a clue:

http://www.mbclub.co.uk/forums/1953652-post2.html

:wallbash::thumb::D:D:D:D:D:D

FWIW - it's one of these things you'd buy and use once.. it's best to buy it (can't remember how much I paid for mine now) and then sell it straight after (like I did).. think you might lose £10-£15 on it... good luck! :)
I'm sure there are other sources - but anybody who wants one can try here

Search by original / genuine spare part number
 

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