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Old 10-09-2006, 09:15 AM
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Differnetial Mounts 124

I've got my rear subframe out, along with the subframe bushings.
What a job getting the subframe bushings out!!! Even though I
had a SIR tool, I can't imagine doing this with the subframe installed
in the car. After 19yrs, the rubber-coated metal bushing seem to
fuse with the steel subframe. It took 3 days of Kroil & prying before
the tool pulled the smaller ones out. My tool wouldn't work for the
larger subframe bushings, so prying, banging & brute force got them
out. Can anyone tell me how to "orient" the 2 rear differential
bushings? Mine were cocked at different angles (I know that's wrong),
but can't find any photos or description in my paper manuals.

-Will
'87 300TD 190K mi.

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Old 10-09-2006, 04:46 PM
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Differential Mounts?

Anyone got a picture or description of how W124
Differential Mounts are oriented in the sub-frame?
Paper manuels don't show it.

Thanks,

-Will
'87 300TD 190K mi

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