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post #1 of 3 Old 10-04-2009, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
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Adjustable rear camber arms

MB Arts Adjustable rear camber arms are made out of 1" diameter 7075 aircraft aluminum with QA-1 chromoly rod ends. The rod ends have a Teflon/Kevlar self lubricating race, hard chrome plated, heat treated alloy steel. The rod ends radial static load rating is 17955 lbs. and the camber arms have 74,000-78,000 psi tensile strength with a Yield strength of 63,000-69,000 psi. The MB Arts adjustable rear camber 7075 aircraft aluminum arms are lighter and much stronger than the 2 piece factory stamped steel units. Another advantage is that the MB Arts camber arms will last many years before having to replace the rod ends unlike the factories rubber bushings that will crack and wearout causing you to buy the entire factory arm again.

These arms are designed to fix the extreme camber problems Mercedes have when they are lowered. The arms can be extended as much as 1 3/8" to get the rear tires back to their original vertical position putting more of the tires surface area on the road for safer wet and dry driving. This will save your rear tires from wearing out excessively on the inner most part of the tire near the suspension,which will save thousands of dollars in tires over the life of your vehicle. For those of you who do spirited driving the adjustable arms will give a more precise feel to your rear suspension since you will no longer have the slop that the factory rubber bushing have.

The fitments for the adjustable rear camber arms are:

R170 Chassis

W124 Chassis
300E/CE/TE 260E 300D 300D-Trb 300TD & Turbo 400E 500E E420 E500 E320 86-95 Sedan Coupe Cabriolet Wagon & 4-Mtcs

W129 Chassis
300SL 500SL 600SL SL320 SL500 SL600 Convertible 90-02

W201 Chassis
190E 2.3 2.6 190D 2.2 2.5 Turbo 16V 84-93

W202 Chassis
C220 C230 C280 C36 AMG C43 AMG 94-02

W203 Chassis
C230K C240 C32 AMG C55 AMG 03-06

W208 Chassis
CLK320 CLK430 CLK55 AMG 98-03 Coupe and Cabriolet

W209 Chassis
CLK320 CLK500 CLK55 AMG 03-05 Coupe Cabriolet

W210 Chassis
E320 E420 E430 E55 AMG 98-02 Sedan and Wagon

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Here are the camber arms in a machined finish. The top camber arm shows it fully extended to 1 3/8" longer than factory to correct any negative camber issues. The production camber arms come in an anodized black finish.

Here is the camber arms in anodized black.
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Sorry.......old thread, and my 1st post to this forum.
Is the MB Arts still considered to be a good solution....and product?

Needless to say there are many other solutions that employ the sleeve/bushing/bolt system, at less cost (for the part anyway). Just checking.

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