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The blog brings together all posts as contributed by this site and others regarding the Mercedes Crabbing issue.

Statistics: Wheel size tyre analysis

Wheel size tyre analysis Introduction The has been a lot of speculation on this Internet regarding the cause. Many commenting on this issue say that it is normal, or only super sports models or AMG models are affected. We have performed an affected wheel size...

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Lorraine Bailey

Dear Gary, I am an extremely dissatisfied customer. I have a new GLC Mercedes 250d which has had this fault from the outset. The noise has been so loud that I initially thought I had collided with something! Banging, jumping and clunking in a supposedly premium...

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Statistics: Affected model analysis

Affected model analysis Introduction The has been a lot of speculation on this Internet regarding the cause. Many commenting on this issue say that it is normal, or only super sports models or AMG models are affected. We have performed an affected model analysis based...

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Message to the Mercedes Benz CEO

Message to the Mercedes Benz CEO Mercedes-Benz UK keeps on ignoring us owners, and they seem to know better than we do when we experience this. We at Mercedes Crabbing think it is time to send a message to the Mercedes Benz CEO. Unfortunately this is for registered...

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Official Mercedes Tyre Skipping Waiver

Breaking News – Official Mercedes Tyre Skipping Waiver – Mercedes-Benz UK is asking prospective new customers to sign a waiver that skipping is normal. In an unprecedented move to us at Mercedes Crabbing Org, Mercedes -Benz UK is asking new customers to sign a waiver (a declaration) that they understand that their brand new Mercedes-Benz will have a comfort issue. Please read more.

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Mercedes Crabbing Launched

31 JANUARY, 2017 News Mercedes Crabbing Launched its website. This is a platform to support an action group in bringing attention to a serious issue affecting Mercedes passenger vehicles including but not limited to the C, GLC and E classes. Crabbing is a term that...

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