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We now¬†carry polyurethane subframe bushings for your Mercedes! These subframe bushings¬†are offered in both 80A poly, and aluminum and will work on W201, W124, W202, and W208 Mercedes Benz Chassis. Our polyurethane 80A bushings are our iconic "red" mounts, while our aluminum versions come in a bare finish. Polyurethane is an excellent option for those who autocross their 190e, as well as those who have street-performance W201 models that will see the track once or twice a year.
Our Poly mounts are slightly stiffer than OEM, kind of like an OEM+ if you will. They mount the rear W201 subframe to the chassis removing most flex from the suspension. Pair these up with our 190e subframe core exchange (or weld them yourself here), along with¬†the rear spring perch bushings and you got everything you need to do the job right the first time! Our aluminum versions are made of 6061 aluminum. The aluminum version of these bushings are for the ultimate track vehicle and will never need to be replaced again. However, they will cause more NVH. Poly units Include aluminum sleeves and washers.
Comes with a lifetime warranty. ¬†
Designed to¬†replace the following OEM part numbers:¬†(double-check your part number before ordering
190D 1984-1989 W201
190E 1984-1993 W201
300D 1987, 1990-1993 W127
300TD 1987 W124
C220 1994-1996 W202
C230 1997-2000 W202
C280 1994-2000 W202
C36 AMG 1995-1997 W202
C43 AMG 1998-2000 W202
CLK320 1998-2003 W208
CLK430 1999-2003 W208
CLK55 AMG 2001-2002 W208
E300 1995 W124
Please make sure the hardware is long enough! Lots of different bolts came on various W201s. You may need to use an m12 washer on some cars. Replacing¬†the hardware with fully threaded ones would definitely be a good idea.
All subframes age differently. Sheet metal moves and some bushings will fit easier than others. The poly mounts should not be too difficult to install and as for the aluminum mounts, we didn't want them to be difficult to install so they are on the smaller side. If this is the case in your particular subframe, don't worry, this is ok because when the subframe is tightened it will be pushed deeper into the slightly tapered bore on the subframe effectively making the bushing tight in there. TLDR: Don't worry if it's loose, when you "send it" to the car it will be tight.