ADow wrote: Let them take the seat out and put it back in - it's not as easy as it sounds!
$235 for the 2 front shocks and $250 for the rears.
Are the $308.00 pair manufactured by Mercedes? if not, who actually manufactures them?
O319-coach wrote:Did you know that Mercedes-Benz do not make cars!
Evanlw85 wrote:Thank you all for your quick replies.
Ok, so in that case... whats the difference between a set of $60 shocks and a set of $300 shocks? Do people give you money when you drive past them because your shocks are just so sweet? (fingers crossed)
Evanlw85 wrote:Do any of you know who makes the best workshop manual for this car?
I've seen the Childers and the Haynes versions, and i don't know which to get.
Taking a seat out of a 123 is as easy as spilling Beer
ADow wrote:Hendrik - This is good to hear and you obviously have direct experience. I have been told by others that replaciong and adjusting the height track was difficult - and the guy that rebolstered my driver's seat said it was a difficult job. But it might be a W108 problem only.
ADow wrote: What should I pay for a second hand seat?
Evanlw85 wrote:I just bought a 1983 Mercedes 280E w123 m110 in pretty good condition. It needs new shocks to pass rego.
3) And one more question: If i wanted to get a replacement drivers seat (due to sagging) how much should i expect to pay for a M.B.Tex vinyl seat?
Thanks for your advice(s)!
I go to an automotive paint shop in Miranda. All you need is the paint code and they'll mix it up in whatever quantity you want in acrylic or two pak.
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