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This tool kit is used on removal/installation of the subframe front/rear bushApplication: BENZ(W/W/R)For more info and related products: For replacing the subframe bushings without the need for removing the rear axle assembly.

The fine thread and thrust bearing allow the bushing to be fitted quickly without hassle. Durable construction. Delivered in a blow-molded case for easy transport and storage. Suitable for: Mercedes Benz W, W, W EAN: Special design to remove and install the bush without take off any car shrubdisposal.buzzable: BENZ (W/W/W/W/W/W/W).

Nov 16, As far as the W, if you can find poly bushing it will help. What will stop the car from. flexing is subframe connectors welded in. It is what all unibody cars get before they are. put on a race track. It is the only way to really get a good tune on the suspension because. the car Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Sep 05, Paulo: Comments: What bushings for the sway bar do you use, since the w sway bar has the bushing attached to the sawy bar from factory? Regards: June 20, Followup from the Pelican Staff: There are a few aftermarket solutions, including H&R.

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Jul 20, Also 4 13mm bolts that hold the steering rack to the subframe, remove those. 2 more 13mm bolts that hold the exhaust bracket to the subframe, those come out as well. To completely remove the subframe you will have to take the ball joints loose I would take the 3 bolts out of the bottom of each one or you can take the top bolt loose and use a.

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Jun 22,:REMOVING STUCK SUBFRAME CORNER/BUSHING FROM BODY:After soaking the bushing to body area with Rust Penetrant, and after hitting the hell out of the subframe and using 2 prybars with no avail what ended up working was Air hammering between the top of the bushing and body. After 20 mins or so of working around it, it came free.