Excellent! I love a happy ending.

On Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 8:41 PM, Robert Massmann via Mercedes <
mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

> Over the weekend I changed center steering link, the right tie rod
> assembly, and the idler arm bushing. The left tie rod assembly was changed
> earlier. I no longer get the front end shake above sixty. I actually need
> to be careful to watch my speed as I did like the vibration I had above 60
> mph. I also had all ( 4 ) tires balance rechecked. I could see wear on the
> OD of Idler arm bushings.
>
> Not sure what part or combination of parts fixed the issue, but it is
> gone. Alignment must be pretty close as I do not sense any pull one
> direction or the other.
>
> Happy motoring now!
>
> Bob Massmann
> 1995 E300D 420K miles
>


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