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Mercedes SLK 230 320 Hydraulic Cylinder Repair Kit for Hardtop Convertible R170 for Sale


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Mercedes SLK 230 320 Hydraulic Cylinder Repair Kit for Hardtop Convertible R170

Price: $35

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This sale is for the PARTS and MANUAL for rebuilding the hydraulic cylinders that raise, lower, and lock your SLK's retractable hardtop .

Is your headliner wrinkled and bubbled? Do you have oil spots in your trunk? If so, the hydraulic cylinders that retract your convertible hardtop are most likely leaking.

Lucky for you, you’ve found the easy, affordable, and only permanent way to fix the problematic cylinders in your hydraulic system yourself! If you can change the oil in your car, you can install this COMPREHENSIVE parts kit with 43 pages of highly detailed instructions and 100+ pictures that walk you through the process step by step. And if you have a question, you will have my personal phone number (contained in the instructions). Please note:
Luckily, the two small, spindly actuators that raise the trunk lid rarely leak--and if they do, they are easy enough to remove from the car. That's because these actuators require special drill bits and a hydraulic press to rebuild. (Simply contact me for the name and number of the shop that rebuilds these two rams using the o-rings included in the kit. The other three actuators are easily rebuilt by the DIYer.)

Yes, this project is easy enough for DIYers. Just ask any of my THOUSANDS of satisfied customers. Don’t let anyone convince you otherwise with fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) marketing--or outright misinformation. In a recent customer-satisfaction survey, 100 percent of responding customers indicated that this project was simple to do, the manual was easy to understand, and that years later the o-rings are still working perfectly.


This kit is designed for the Mercedes R170 chassis:

1997 - 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLK200

1997 - 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLK200 Kompressor

1998 - 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLK230 Kompressor

2001 - 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLK320

2001 - 2004 Mercedes-Benz SLK32 AMG

Please see my other sales for a special tool for refilling your hydraulic pump once you've rebuilt your leaking actuators. item number 280753439707. Thank you, Marty

For repair of Mercedes Benz part numbers:

170 800 0072 / 170 800 00 72 / 1708000072 (Front lock to windshield)

170 800 0572 / 170 800 05 72 / 1708000572 (Left main drive)

170 800 0672 / 170 800 06 72 / 1708000672 (Right main drive)

170 800 0372 / 170 800 03 72 /1708000372 (Left trunk lid)

170 800 0272 / 170 800 03 72 / 1708000372 (Right trunk lid)


10 reasons why you should choose this rebuild kit:

REASON 1: No need to remove the actuators from your car and send them off for who knows how long. The hydraulic lines are permanently affixed to the actuators at the factory. And fishing those thin, stiff hydraulic lines through the various tight cavities of the SLK is incredibly difficult and time-consuming. Just consider trying to get the lines in and out of the B pillar. Not my idea of fun.

REASON 2: Here’s the root of the problem: The polyurethane material that Mercedes used for the seals in the five hydraulic cylinders that retract your hardtop deteriorates within 5 to 10 years’ time. It also isn’t chemically compatible with the hydraulic fluid they use. THIS IS THE SAME POLYURETHANE MATERIAL THAT OTHERS INSTALL WITH THEIR "SERVICE." Go figure. So those seals are continually breaking down and eventually leak--this is especially the case in warmer climates. If you’re reading this, you’ve unfortunately already seen the results for yourself.

REASON 3: The o-rings in this kit are composed of Nitrile rubber. This rubber WON’T break down like the Mercedes seals, ensuring a leak-free repair that will last a lifetime. These stout o-rings provide frictionless actuation of the hydraulic cylinders without rolling.

REASON 4: This kit contains all the PARTS you need to rebuild ALL FIVE problematic hydraulic cylinders: the one above the headliner that locks the top to the windshield, the two in the front of the trunk that raise the top, and the seals in the two hydraulic cylinders on the sides of the trunk that raise the trunk lid. Luckily, the two small, spindly ones that raise the trunk lid rarely leak--because they require special drill bits and a hydraulic press to rebuild. (Simply contact me for the name and number of the shop that rebuilds these two actuators using the o-rings included in the kit. The other three actuators are easily rebuilt by the DIYer.)

REASON 5: My repair method takes less than 4 hours from start to finish--with common tools that you already have in your garage. And it's actually fun and easy!

REASON 6: If you go to the dealer, they are going to quote you something in the neighborhood of $4,000 to fix the problem. Now, that’s a nice neighborhood, but the Mercedes parts are only going to leak again. That is just insanity. And I feel for those people who have been suckered in by the “stealer” for that repair, lacking other options. It really should be a warranty issue, as Mercedes screwed up--the actuators should have been built with o-rings in the first place.

REASON 7: I work as a professional copywriter. My 43 pages of instructions are clear and highly detailed WITH 100+ PICTURES that walk you step by step through the repair process. The 43-page instruction manual alone is worth the price of admission. To say nothing of the components included in the kit to rebuild your leaking hydraulic actuators and fix the problem once and for all. A sample page is provided here to give you a sense of the quality of the instructions.

REASON 8: If you have a question, I'm only a phone call away.

REASON 9: My stellar response.

REASON 10: Your money back if you're not satisfied. But you should know that I've sold THOUSANDS of these kits to date--to many many satisfied customers. :) People love this kit!


I ship quickly (daily) and stand behind my products with a 100% money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied. Highly competitive shipping, too. (I ship by USPS--and will provide you a tracking number.) Order yours today.

Thank you for considering my product,
Marty Ewer, Owner, Shockwave Technologies


Recent customer testimonials:

"Marty, the kit was a breeze! Took me 1.5 hours, and it works great. Awesome job on the instructions. No issues. I was so relieved that I wasn't going to have to spend a ton of time or money to get my top working again!" -R. Allford

"Hey Marty, YOU ARE A LIFE-/MONEY-SAVER. I would like to thank you for your time putting together the kit and detailed directions." -Monty

"This kit saved me hours and hours of looking for spotty information from all over the Internet. Kudos for the comprehensive parts kit and the great instructions. I couldn't have repaired my SLK without your COMPREHENSIVE KIT AND THE GREAT INSTRUCTIONS." -A. Allred

"Marty, Thanks for all your help. I'm still amazed at the quality and detail of your instruction manual. You are an excellent writer." -R. Brolliar

"Great instructions, Marty! Would've taken me days otherwise." -M. Michalek

Also, check out my recent response for what others are saying about this incredibly easy-to-use kit."


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