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liquiddog 06-20-2014 10:07 PM

Vickers Power Steering Pump vs Luk
Are these the same brand? My pump is Vickers 2014602180. The Luk pumps also have this number and the Mercedes logo. Were they just rebranded at some point? Will the seal kits work on either?

compress ignite 11-09-2014 08:44 PM

LUK Fahrzeug-Hydraulik / 61289 Bad Homburg
Has in the past Rebuilt Vickers Pumps for Mercedes Benz under contract.

(As well as,itself, being an O.E. supplier of machinery to Mercedes Benz)

If it's a Vickers Pump ORDER Vickers (Or Mercedes) parts by the model #

If it's a LUK Pump ORDER LUK (Or Mercedes) parts by the model #

If it's a LUK Rebuilt/Re-manufactured Vickers Pump LUK will have placed
the Vickers and Mercedes Model/Part #s on the Metal Reman Tag.

The part number you listed is not a Vickers number.
The part number you listed is not a Luk number.

201-460-21-80 is a Mercedes Benz part number,which is why, BOTH Versions of it Whether Vickers or LUK have that part #

Stuttgart LOVES to have more than one Vendor for each application.

#000-460-48-61 is the Mercedes part number for the seal kit for Your Vickers (Mercedes) 201-460-21-80
Power Steering pump.Those are the internal seals
#000-466-16-80 is the Mercedes part number for your Vickers (Mercedes) 201-460-21-80 Power Steering pump's
Cap Seal [that goes underneath the cap and seals the top of the PS Reservoir]
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In my case on the 124.128:
The original PS Pump was ZF
BUT I've got a LUK reman of a Vickers 61 Type PS Pump that fits the same application

liquiddog 11-16-2014 06:35 PM

Thanks for that info. I ended up getting a used Luk pump and rebuilding it. It was a Vickers pump. It makes sense that it was previously rebuilt, because the front bolts were a little stripped and would not hold full torque. I ran a thread chaser through the threads and after that it would hold 22 lbs of torque but would start slipping after that. So far, no leaks.

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