Hi folks, as I mentioned in my "Is my 320 jacked up?" post, I got correct size (and very good quality) tires for the rear, but if anything, the gap between the top of the tire and the wheel well looks even bigger. But I got "blue dot" rear coil springs off a low mileage SLK320, and that should return it to normal. But the guy who put on the tires said it was a big job to swap them in. I was surprised because it seemed like it took no time for the junkyard to get them off the old SLK. The guy said the control arms or suspension arms or whatever that is, and the shocks, both need to be disconnected to get the spring in. Even so, it doesn't sound like 2-3 hours and $250 (labor only). I just didn't want to compress the springs myself. Thoughts? Thanks!
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