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Old 09-21-2017, 01:34 PM   #1
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B200 Lower Control Arm

Hi all. I took out all the right side suspension this evening, I'm rebuilding the suspension as all the bushing is shot - same as the steering.
I got everything off except the lower control arm, do any of you know what size socket/wrench size I need for the main holding bolt?
Everything is pretty much metric in the UK . . . I just don't have anything near it! I suspect it'll be a 25 or 26mm - our sets go to 24 then 27mm!
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I'm pretty sure it's the 25mm, but yesterday I ordered a veggie omelette and I hate vegetables. So my mind is starting to not work as well as it used to. LOL
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