Installing KW Clubsport Coilovers on my moms C63 AMGPosted on November 6, 2019November 4, 2019byNikita RushmanovNext, we take off the sway bar end-link. We start by zapping it just to get it to loosen up.Now the procedure to actually remove this nut is a bit weird. You have to hold the nut in place with an 18mm wrench while turning the inner screw CLOCKWISE (as if you were tightening it).We used the same trick to remove the end-link from the sway bar.The OEM coilover is now ready to come out. We remove the bottom bolts from the knuckle.Now in preparation for the next step, we place a jack under the spindle to prevent the brake rotor faceplanting onto the ground when we completely detach the coilover.With the jack in place, we can now safely remove the top bolt attaching the coilover to the knuckle.RelatedPrevious page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Next pageRelated TopicsKW SuspensionsuspensionShocks and CoiloversSpringsAMGMercedesC63 Previous Article CSF RSX (DC5)AcuraTechGetting the Most From 91 Octane Pump Gas with a Honda K Motor, Part OnePosted on November 4, 2019February 9, 2020byMike KojimaView Post Next Article PorscheCayman (987)ProjectsWATCH: Make Your Porsche Cayman Handle and Brake Like a Racecar!Posted on November 8, 2019byJeff NaeyaertView Post 5 commentsMercs make for a great drifting car base, they normally have huge caster from the factory, Merc is all about that highway stability.But welding the diff on moms car… ouf.ReplySomeone is getting grounded.ReplyWow that is more complex and more difficult compared to an E92 M3ReplyI like the hammer trick!ReplyI truly love the idea of an automatic car with a welded diff.Even moreso a 204 Mercedes, those are among the last quality cars they made.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Your Comment *Name *Email *Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.