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Old 07-04-2003, 10:24 PM
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240/300D 4-spd conversion setup

Includes :

-flywheel
-transmission
-slave clutch cylinder
-driveshaft
-shifter
-bellhousing adapter
-crossmember
-shift rods
-release fork and bearing

Asking $500 + shipping from zip 80017 in Colorado
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Old 07-05-2003, 12:14 AM
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Is that the 240 flywheel or the 300 ?
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Old 07-05-2003, 06:30 AM
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240 flywheel.
in 2 conversions and over 50 kmi of driving I havent seen any ill effects (even w/o re-balancing)
Actually my first conversion was with a flywheel from a 220 D , they are much heavier than the 240 D flywheels (as are the 4-spds from them) and that did have some vibration, but the 240 one has none.
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Old 07-06-2003, 12:35 AM
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Grimgaunt, would you clarify fo rme a bit? Is this a set-up for either a 240D or 300D?

If so, please tell me more about what shape the tranny is in? I'm looking for a tranny and possibly the drive shaft for a Euro 300D, and if this one is rebuilt or in good shape, I may be ready to buy!

Any idea what the shipping might be on this? I'm in northern CA, zip 95470.

If you'd be open for a phone call, let me know, please (dmosel@igc.org).

Many thanks,

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Old 03-09-2010, 08:28 PM
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240 flywheel.
in 2 conversions and over 50 kmi of driving I havent seen any ill effects (even w/o re-balancing)
Actually my first conversion was with a flywheel from a 220 D , they are much heavier than the 240 D flywheels (as are the 4-spds from them) and that did have some vibration, but the 240 one has none.
old thread- a220d flywheel only has 6 bolts to the crank -doesn't it?
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:43 PM
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old thread- a220d flywheel only has 6 bolts to the crank -doesn't it?
According to the parts catalog it looks like the OM615 has 12 bolt holes...
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