This is not a difficult DIY job providing you have a floor jack, good jack stands and a few metric hand tools. Kent discusses inspecting your rear shocks, what to buy and tips on how to install them. New shocks can dramatically increase the safety and handling of your Mercedes Benz. These tips apply to most model passenger cars from the late 1960's to the mid 1990's. This includes the 108 and 109 chassis 250SE 250SEL 280SE 280SEL 300SEL, 114 and 115 chassis 220 230 250 250C 280 280C 240D 300D 1968 to 1976, 107 Chassis 350SL 450SL 450SLC 380SL 560SL 1972 to 1989, 116 chassis 350SE 450SE 450SEL 280SE 280SEL 300SD 1973 to 1980, 123 chassis 1977-1985 Models 230 240D 240TD 280E 280CE 300D 300CD 300TD, 126 chassis 380SE/L 300SD 500SE/L 300SDL 420SE/L 300SE/L 560SE/L 380SEC 560SEC 1981-1991, 201 Chassis 190E and 190D 1984 to 1993 and 124 Chassis 260E 300E 300D 300TD 300TE 300CE E320 and E300D 1986 to 1995.
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