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Exclamation OEM Control arms w/ KMAC camber bushings W124 W129 W170 W201 W202 W203 W208 W209 W210

I'm selling COMPLETE Mercedes rear lower control arms with KMAC 502026H camber adjustable control arm bushings PRE-INSTALLED! This means its direct bolt on, no bushing press or special tools needed for installation. (Plus you get to keep your stock control arms intact when returning to stock later on, there's no way to remove the stock rubber bushing from the arm without destroying it)

This is NOT the cheap eBay upper control arm kit that PUSHES the top of your wheel further out (causing rubbing). This is the high end KMAC kit which PULLS the bottom of your wheels further IN, giving you more fender clearance. With this kit you can run 10-15mm lower offset wheels then with the ebay kit.

The kit was on my car for 8 to 10k miles and during that time my rear tires wore dead even despite the extreme lowering, thanks to camber being set at the stock -1.3* setting. See below. You also have the choice to set -5* camber so you can tuck those 18x12's if you wish.

KMAC kit runs $320 now (it was $380 when I got it last year), plus 2 OEM Mercedes control arms run around $250 at cost.

I am asking $380 for the set shipped from Los Angeles

EDIT: just found out; for W203 and W209 only fits on early, pre-facelift cars!

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Were these installed on a wagon or the wagon in the pics? I believe the W124 and W210 wagons have different rear LCA then the sedans.
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