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Old 11-01-2015, 08:17 AM
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I would do this in phases. First phase, front control arm, shock, shock mount. On the steering parts, I would probably do the tie rod end while there, but would otherwise inspect first and only replace if clearly bad.

After that I would drive awhile and inspect, replacing items only if they are clearly toast. 160K is not a lot of miles for those MB's, and money spent on 28 year old Michigan drivers (vs. garaged classics) should be targeted judiciously.
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