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The links need to drop to lower the vehicle. On the rear you can lower the link by bending the lower brackets down with pliers or a crescent wrench, you can bend the bracket until it's nearly touching the a-arm but when driving you'll bounce off the bump stops, bend them back up for a better ride. The ML63 is already lower than other models. I like my ML63 level, not raked. So I first lowered the rear then raised it to a comfortable ride, and I didn't have to lower the front. But to do so you space the bracket from the a-arm with a couple of washers and a longer 10mm bolt.
How low can this method lower a ML W166?

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You originally posted this as a reply to a thread in the W164 forum. I have moved this to the W166 forum so hopefully you will get help for your specific vehicle.
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