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Old 07-31-2013, 08:01 AM
Govert Govert is offline
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In the German FSM there mentions that the later oil pans were reinforced, while the older ones weren't. The USA FSM says that the 722.1 transmission takes the lock, but the 722.3 does not. Perhaps there isn't enough space to fit the lock on the 722.3 transmission.

By the way, it is a Schwingungdämpfer, with a capital, an extra g and an umlaut. Without the umlaut it means a "vibrating steamer". The ä is pronounced as a short e, as in neck.
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