Mercedes-Benz Stabilizer Links Front Left, Right 1643202132

Mercedes-Benz Stabilizer Links Front Left, Right

Replace the old and worn out Stabilizer Links with Genuine Mercedes-Benz Products. This is an OEM part that is created from top quality materials at very affordable price to ensure safety and maximum performance of your vehicle

Features and Benefits:

  • Stabilizer bars links improve handling and shock absorption, keeping the car from swaying too much as you turn–which could lead to loss of control. Adding stabilizer links between the main bars and the wheels refines this process of control, so cars handle “tight.”
  • Stabilizer links act as components of auto suspensions, connecting several other parts that take much of the punishment as you pass over pot holes and other road imperfections..
  • Worn suspension can cause loose steering, increased wear on tires, excess noise and lead to misalignment.
  • Manufacturer/Brand:
  • Part Number: 164-320-21-32
  • Alternate Part Number.: 1643201332, 1642132
  • Part Description: Stabilizer Links
  • Part Location: Front Left, Right
  • Fitment Type: Direct Replacement
  • Quantity Sold: Sold as a set
  • Vehicle Fit: Mercedes-Benz R320 (2007-2009), ML320 (2007-2009), GL320 (2007-2009), GL350 (2010-2012), GL450 (2007-2012), GL550 (2008-2012), ML350 (2006-2011), ML450 (2010-2011), R500 (2006-2007), ML500 (2006-2007), ML550 (2008-2011), ML63 AMG (2007-2011) R350 (2006-2012), R63 AMG (2007)

 

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 56,000.00 Inc VAT

  • USD: 135.05$

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Description

When you select genuine OEM part, you can rely on the high quality and effectiveness of the product without having to guess if it will work with your vehicle. Protecting your investment is important and choosing the right parts can be challenging. So don’t waste another minute searching for a replacement that might work.

With the prevalence of pot holes and bumpy roads, your entire suspension needs to withstand shocks, so stabilizer links employ cast iron, steel and alloy in their construction. Most have at least one ball joint for connecting with adjacent suspension components. A minority of stabilizer links lack ball joints altogether. Japanese and European car makers often employ this flat type. Worn stabilizer links affect steering, ride and fuel efficiency. Symptoms include a creaking or screeching noise as you pass road imperfections, plus wobble, skip and “dead zones” in steering. Don’t overlook these signs, as broken stabilizer links can lead to loss of control

Specification

Weight2.267 kg

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