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Brake Bleeding Equipment and Procedures by Kent Bergsma

Applies to all models and chassis listed below:

This 12 page instructional booklet by Kent Bergsma (8.5x11 page size) covers brake bleeding equipment and procedures for all model Mercedes from the mid 1950s to the mid 1990s. This covers chassis Ponton 110 111 112 113 108 109 114 115 116 107 116 123 126 201 and 124.

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Brake Bleeding Equipment and Procedures by Kent Bergsma - Download

Applies to all models and chassis listed below:

This 12 page instructional downloadable booklet by Kent Bergsma covers brake bleeding equipment and procedures for all model Mercedes from the mid 1950s to the mid 1990s. This covers chassis Ponton 110 111 112 113 108 109 114 115 116 107 116 123 126 201 and 124.

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Flexible Brake Hose Replacement Instructions by Kent Bergsma - Download

Applicable to almost all models from the late 1960's to the mid 1990's

5 page digital PDF Instructions include multiple pictures to assist you in completing the job. Clear and detailed with tips and tricks from Kent Bergsma's years of experience. 

We also highly recomend the Ultimate Flexible Brake Hose tool to complete the job. Look below to view.

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Emergency Brake Repair and Adjustment Manual by Kent Bergsma - Download

ALL Mercedes CHASSIS 111 113 108 109 114 115 107 116 123 126 201 124 129 140 from 1968 to 1995

Older Mercedes have a very effective emergency brake design which was virtually the same on all models from the late 1960s right up through the early 1990s. The actuating mechanisms are all mechanical and are controlled by a Y cable under the car.

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Emergency Brake Repair and Adjustment Manual by Kent Bergsma

ALL Mercedes CHASSIS 111 113 108 109 114 115 107 116 123 126 201 124 129 140 from 1968 to 1995

Older Mercedes have a very effective emergency brake design which was virtually the same on all models from the late 1960s right up through the early 1990s. The actuating mechanisms are all mechanical and are controlled by a Y cable under the car.