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Old 12-11-2012, 05:03 PM
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The other site is down until the new owner can get a database issue resolved. Until it's fixed, all my DIYs there are offline.
Awwwww. Boo. Hopefully that will be soon.
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Luckily archive.org had saved that page! I am thinking about adding headrests to my back seats, I have the headrest but no mounts. I have to install a cargo cover I have and doing this the same time would make sense.

Here's the link to the archived writeup- BenzObsession.com • View topic - w123 Wagon - Adding Rear Headrests - DIY
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I have the headrest but no mounts.
I have headrests in lots of colors and 3 sets of remaining mounts... FWIW

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IT DOESN'T WORK
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Old 09-05-2013, 03:03 PM
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The other site is down until the new owner can get a database issue resolved. Until it's fixed, all my DIYs there are offline.
Still offline I guess? Could really use the write-up...
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The site is available on the web archive. It's no longer an active site and I plan to move my DIY's over here as I have time. The link posted earlier does work. Here it is again.

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Old 09-05-2013, 03:32 PM
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The site is available on the web archive. It's no longer an active site and I plan to move my DIY's over here as I have time. The link posted earlier does work. Here it is again.

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Excellent. Thank you so much!
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Old 09-05-2013, 03:46 PM
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I just added this DIY to Peachparts. Maybe it will get added to the DIY wiki.

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I just added this DIY to Peachparts. Maybe it will get added to the DIY wiki.

w123 Wagon - Adding Rear Headrests - DIY
Excellent. Are you interested in updating it? In particular, saying something about the plastic grommets that the headrest shafts go through and how to attach those as well as the plastic rivet buttons that serve to release the headrests? I have the part numbers for those at home and they are available from MB... When I sell headrest kits I include new release rivet buttons and used grommets...

It might be relevant to mention that this _can_ be done without taking the seat back out of the car but releasing the top half of the seat upholstery and folding the seat cover and the foam forward. Easier in some ways, more difficult in others...
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