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Old 10-06-2006, 09:40 PM
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Other possible shops in UTAH.

International Automotive Technicians' Network; iATN Repair Shop Finder.

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Bosch Authorized Automotive Service.

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There is however still the need to check locally on a shop for references.

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Old 07-26-2007, 11:22 PM
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Location: I live between two houses. One outside Sacramento on hwy 49 (Amador City on Pig Turd Alley (I love saying that, but it's true)), and in the other, with my shop, in Heber City, Utah.
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Mercedes Benz Repair, Heber City, Utah. Near Park City.

We are a small shop (five bays) in Heber City. Most our advertizing is word of mouth, which says a lot. We have over fifty years experience. All our staff drive and own multiple Mercedes. We stock parts for Gullwings to current models, and welcome drop in emergencies.
We are at 425 West 100 South Heber City (435) 714-2369.
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:13 PM
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Just had a good experience with a local Salt Lake driveline shop. I took the '74's driveshaft in for a balance job. They have the right fixtures for working on these Benz and BMW style shafts, and they told me they do them fairly often. They straightened the rear tube and balanced the assembly with success - the shaft now runs quiet and smooth.

Here's their information:

GRS Drivelines and Differentials
800-595-1753
801-972-1753
930 West 21st St South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
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Old 04-25-2016, 02:48 PM
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Anyone have any experience with Werners Mercedes in SLC? Just moved to the area, need some help with ball joints.
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Old 01-05-2017, 12:46 PM
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A little late of a reply here, but better late than never?

I took the '96 E300 to Werner's for alignment after rebuilding the rear end. It's a long established business with a good reputation. While waiting I spoke with two other Werner's customers who love the place and have all their maintenance and repairs done there. If I wasn't the kind to be wrenching on my own rigs I'd probably use them myself.

As for the E300's alignment, they ended up only taking a measurement. The rear springs sagged and rear camber was beyond spec. They also wanted to install two adjustable bolt kits in the front end. Total quote was just over $800 to replace the parts and do the alignment.

I declined having them do the work, and ended up replacing the springs and doing the alignment myself, which is a whole 'nuther story. I got the impression from my small experience over there that they are a good shop.

One thing they told me, though, was that they won't install parts they don't sell. So if anyone decides to use them be prepared to pay their prices for parts.
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