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Old 11-18-2006, 05:26 PM
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5 speed 190D tranny

Had nothing to do so i decided to take the tranny out of my totaled 190D, man what a pain in the *ss, never done that before so it toke me all day!!!!
Some of the screws that atach the tranny to the engine were a b!tch to remove, and the flex discs were a headache to!!!!!!!

Now that i have "educated" myself in tranny removal, i is going to swap the clutch in my w124, he he he, any must do things while i'm dwn there guys?????

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Old 11-18-2006, 07:20 PM
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Now that i have "educated" myself in tranny removal, i is going to swap the clutch in my w124, he he he, any must do things while i'm dwn there guys?????
Quick, get the grammar police!!!!!
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Go easy, hes in Portugal. English is likely a second language, so unless you can post on a portuguese web board and get it all correct...... RT
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I know. I was just joking.
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Old 11-19-2006, 01:12 AM
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Quick, get the grammar police!!!!!

Now that i have "educated" myself in tranny removal, i'm going to swap the clutch in my w124, he he he, any important things i should do while i'm down there guys?????

Better now professor??

I wrote that way on purpose cause it's funny dudes!
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Old 11-19-2006, 01:15 AM
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I dont think anyone has done this yet so i doubt your going to get good info on this swap.

i was thinking about this myself for my 87 300D, still looking for a 190D with a 5-speed but so far all the junk yards near me have only had the automatic 2.2's

When i have the free time and find a 190D with a 5-speed ill start a project, but for now my W124 is fast enough even with a automatic.
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Old 11-19-2006, 01:16 AM
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Go easy, hes in Portugal. English is likely a second language, so unless you can post on a portuguese web board and get it all correct...... RT
I'm from Portugal but i can speak and write english just as well as portuguese, to much Cartoon Network i guess guys!

As for the topic, where's my answers?????:fork_off:
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I wrote that way on purpose cause it's funny dudes!
Naw, really?????
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Old 11-19-2006, 01:25 AM
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I dont think anyone has done this yet so i doubt your going to get good info on this swap.

i was thinking about this myself for my 87 300D, still looking for a 190D with a 5-speed but so far all the junk yards near me have only had the automatic 2.2's

When i have the free time and find a 190D with a 5-speed ill start a project, but for now my W124 is fast enough even with a automatic.

Wanna buy mine? Already sold he he he!

I thought in putting the 5 speed manual tranny in my w124 too cause the w124 one is a 4 speed manual but my mechanic said i wouldn't benefit anything from that swap cause my car is just the 4 cylinder 2.0 diesel!
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Naw, really?????
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Old 11-19-2006, 07:47 AM
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As for the topic, where's my answers?????
Pull the 5-spd driveshaft.... Anybody who upgrades to the 5-spd will need the drive shaft too.

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