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Old 04-01-2019, 07:29 AM
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FS: W201 or W124 diesel 5 speed manual transmission swap $1750

I have a complete diesel 5 speed swap for either a W201 or W124 diesel, turbo or n/a.

I have pretty much everything for both, W201 or W124 driveshaft

Comes with:

Transmission 717.412

Driveshaft

Shifter

Transmission support

hydraulic lines

pedal set

shifter rods

flywheel

Clutch & pressure plate

130,000 miles

$1750

I also have a W124 3.27 rear diff to match the W124 swap for an extra $250.

I don't have a W201 diff

The trans currently has the flange to match the W124 driveshaft which matches the W124 diff flange

I can swap the trans flange back to the 201 flange which I have on hand
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Old 05-12-2019, 11:18 AM
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What would be needed for this to work in a M104 w124?
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Old 05-12-2019, 11:37 AM
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Some say the 711.430 is the better stronger gearbox (though to be fair I can not see much of a difference between the 722.412 and the .430 when I've had them in bits). The .430 was used in W124 300Ds and I think perhaps for the 280 six cylinders (probably M103s).

There is a possible problem with the flywheel / clutch combinations for the M104 - around that time they started to use dual flywheels with slightly different gearboxes to suit. I'm not 100% sure - so you need to check with people with a better memory than me - it could be that the dual mass flywheels were purely M104 and the M103's conventional flywheels but there was also a transition period for the M104 where it started out with CIS (like the M103) and ended up with more EFI computery stuff and wasted spark ignition - so it might not be that simple.

I'm fairly sure an appropriate question / link to the performance section of the forum will clear things up.
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Old 05-12-2019, 02:38 PM
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What would be needed for this to work in a M104 w124?
I have the 717412 in my W201 this is why I know the .412 takes a single mass flywheel. To work with your M104 you’ll need a single mass flywheel with 3 timing tabs on the back. Hard to get and expensive.
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Old 05-13-2019, 11:03 AM
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The manual swap in my 85 190D came from a straight 6 gasser, might have the right flywheel for you. $1250 for the whole car, lol.
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Old 05-13-2019, 08:45 PM
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I sold this one.

I have a complete M104 5 speed swap from an E280 sportline wagon so its an overdrive not a direct drive top gear. But its complete with the proper M104 flywheel.
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