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If the car is fitted with normal bolts , it will of only ever been fitted in the central position. I don't even think the w204 has the slots in the arms ,just a hole , so maybe uses cam type adjustable bolts ,if at all. ??
Looking at pics online of the arms it does indeed look like it’s just a round hole so cam bolts would be the only option.
 
Have you been to that place and asked them to check it over if they're that good? They might spot something else wrong and save you having to change the arm.
I’m thinking of changing the arm mainly because I’ve read a lot about cheaper aftermarket arms not lasting very long so replacing it with a quality one would give me piece of mind.
The problem lies within the arm or geometry and hopefully I’ll get to the bottom of it this week.

Tracktorque are a little drive from myself but I might end up having to go there for an inspection.
 
I’m thinking of changing the arm mainly because I’ve read a lot about cheaper aftermarket arms not lasting very long so replacing it with a quality one would give me piece of mind.
The problem lies within the arm or geometry and hopefully I’ll get to the bottom of it this week.

Tracktorque are a little drive from myself but I might end up having to go there for an inspection.
Reminds me of putting cheap arms on a VW Passat 1.9 pd . The rubbers tore within a few weeks . You could put a screwdriver in the hole and get the rubber to flex . Try that on a lemforder bush and the screwdriver would bend first .
 

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