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Old 04-16-2010, 12:48 AM
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On my sister's W201 I had to beat the bushings out of the holder....on my W124 they just fell out when I took the bolt out. The bolt on the W201 removed easily with a breaker bar. On the W124 it took the breaker bar + a 4 foot pipe. Almost broke my tools. The bolt/nut is larger on a W124....not sure on a W123/W126...I'm doing those in the coming months.
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