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Old 05-09-2001, 02:22 PM
Igor
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Is it possible for P/N 126 411 02 15 flex disks to cause the center bearing to shake on a 380SL, previously equipped with P/N 107 411 02 15 disks?

The thickness of a rubber section on 126 411 02 15 disk is double that of 107 411 02 15 disk.
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