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Old 12-02-2009, 02:28 AM
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Refurbishing W201 driveshaft, WTF are these parts?

i'm in the middle of rebuilding my driveshaft and I am going to purchase the new center support bearing and mount:

http://www.**********.com/search/product.aspx?sid=oqwvfvbd1npnwgvk0p0fimmj&makeid=800016@Mercedes&modelid=1192744@190E&year=1993&cid=17@Drivetrain%20Parts&gid=2276@Center%20Support/Support%20Bearing

but I was looking around and saw these two things:

http://www.**********.com/search/product.aspx?sid=oqwvfvbd1npnwgvk0p0fimmj&makeid=800016@Mercedes&modelid=1192744@190E&year=1993&cid=17@Drivetrain%20Parts&gid=2303@Driveshaft%20Bushing

http://www.**********.com/search/product.aspx?sid=oqwvfvbd1npnwgvk0p0fimmj&makeid=800016@Mercedes&modelid=1192744@190E&year=1993&cid=17@Drivetrain%20Parts&gid=2304@Driveshaft%20Boot

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ok it seems like I cant link anymore. they goto aut0hausaz (why is this word censored?) and the part numbers I am confused about are:

2024110397 Driveshaft Boot; Driveshaft Coupling Boot at Center Support
1244100732 Driveshaft Bushing; Front/Rear
I've never seen these on my W201 or other 201s. someone shed some light?

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Old 12-02-2009, 06:54 AM
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I think the bushin' is the guide that goes in the very front of the driveshaft. The boot has a 202 part number, meaning it was first designed for the successor to your model, the W201, so I suspect you don't have it.
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Old 12-02-2009, 10:40 AM
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I think the bushin' is the guide that goes in the very front of the driveshaft. The boot has a 202 part number, meaning it was first designed for the successor to your model, the W201, so I suspect you don't have it.
The boot is on all of them. Many parts on these cars are shared along different models.....the W126 has many parts from the 123 and 116 on it....and so on.....they keep the part number original to the car it was introduced with, even if the part continues to be used on later chassis.
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Old 12-02-2009, 10:59 AM
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The boot is on all of them. Many parts on these cars are shared along different models.....the W126 has many parts from the 123 and 116 on it....and so on.....they keep the part number original to the car it was introduced with, even if the part continues to be used on later chassis.
Agreed, but 202 came after 201. I don't remember a boot on my 190E, but that was oh so long ago ...
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Old 12-02-2009, 03:50 PM
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As to the reason you can't link directly to AH AZ, the host for the forum is also a vendor, and AHAZ is a competitor.

I won't say that I buy all my parts here from Fastlane, but the business we do with them is what supports the forum that we all use for our maintenance research!
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that 202 part number means the original (which might have gone back to the 70s) was superceded by the W202 version of the part.

Look hard and you might find a W128 or W180 part number still being kicked around. Those are old 50s pontons.

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Old 12-03-2009, 09:28 PM
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i took a look at the EPC and found what the driveshaft bushing thing is:




I also found a repair kit for the bushing in the EPC with part # 124 410 0010, comes with bushing, the boot, and like 2 protective caps for the bushing. the funny thing is, i've never seen the boot nor the protective caps on any driveshafts for a 190E. are they crucial?
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surprise nobody answered ...
This part is the same think ?
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