Date registered: May 2005
Vehicle: 94 E320 wagon
Location: The DC Burbs
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Nicely done, my friend! Don't be put back by the next repair, which might (or might not) be costly. Stuff wears out after 17 years. If you really want to feel like you're in a new car, replace the sway bar bushings and tie rod ends. I recently did as my "stay one step ahead of the sheriff" maintenance program and all I can say is, wow.
P.S. I had larger wheels on mine, then switched back to OEM size because anything larger didn't fit in the spare tire well. Damn thing is precisely engineered to 195/65-15. Even with 205s I couldn't close it properly.
Scott in MD/DC
94 E320 Wagon
"Money can't replace it, no memory can erase it
and I know I'm never gonna find another one to compare"-LW
85 TDT (coming soon!)
past: W126, W202, W201, lotsa VDubs