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Hi, I have a 4 door 210 that has a rust free undercarriage. THe Body rubber custions are old and smashed ,but some look good.Is it hard to put new rubber disks on? Whats the easiest way to do it? I don't understand shimming and all that fun stuff. Thanks... Chris...
 

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The rubber disks have a bolt through them remove the bolt and place the new disk in that easy, keep in mind that you may need to remove a couple of the bolts to raise the body.
 

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Replacing the mounts shouldn`t be too hard. Just be advised that some bolts come out from the bottom, and some from the inside of the car. I`d replace them one side at a time and keep the shims as they were/are from the factory. You won`t need to raise the body very much to do the changeout.
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