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Old 1st March 2022, 23:22   #2
Jim Jamieson
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It’s nice to see my “how to “ on the rear suspension is still being looked at.
A word of encouragement, you don’t really need a workshop to carry out this work.
Even though I have two good sized garages, I did all this work on my driveway and removal of the suspension can be carried out with a regular set of tools.
One thing is to be safe when working under the car.
Rather than use metal axle stands I prefer to use wooden batons to build up the car to a decent working height.
I used off cuts from roofing / flooring joists and still use the same blocks today when servicing my Mercedes.

Good luck anyway with the work.
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