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PostPosted: Tue Apr 11, 2017 6:07 pm 
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Jim mentioned pre 78 mercedes sedan are a direct replacement. Is this the correct set?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/MERCEDES-W116-W ... Dg&vxp=mtr


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 12, 2017 6:27 pm 
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They look like they would fit:-

But here are some others that you can use.
MANUFACTURER L/H THREAD R/H THREAD
LEMFORDER 1775 01 10809 03
FEBI BILSTEIN 1712 1713
OPTIMAL G1-096 G1-102
RUVILLE 915101 915102
TRW JTE110
VAICO V30-7104 V30-7106
QH QR900RHT QR900LHT

MANUFACTURER QH X REF OES X REF
MERCEDES-BENZ : QR900RHT 000 338 20 10 - 000 338 50 10 - 000 338 53 10 - 000 890 00 48
VW : QR900RHT 113 415 811C - 311 415 811 - 311 415 811B - 311 415 811C

MERCEDES-BENZ : QR900LHT 000 338 19 10 - 000 338 46 10 - 000 338 52 10 - 000 338 55 10
VW : QR900LHT 113 415 812C - 311 415 812B - 311 415 812C


Not my work compiling this list but I think the original compiler is a member of this forum and when I remember who it is, I'll put a proper credit on here for him! He would also be grateful for confirmation that these items do in fact fit and for any new manufactures and part numbers to add to his excel spreadsheet.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 29, 2017 4:04 pm 
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So they worked well for tie rods. I'll need a custom solution for steering linkage


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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 4:00 pm 
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Are you just replacing the ends of the "drag" link - or - do you want to replace the whole thing?

I need to replace the ends of mine and was wondering if there was some difference involved. I already replaced the ends on the tie rods.

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Haf-e


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PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2017 1:02 am 
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With the original drag link the ends cannot be replaced independently as they do not screw in but are crimped on - it is only the aftermarket drag links like those from a VW that have removable ends - these are basically the same as the Haflinger tie rod end on the steering rods.

If your drag link ends are removeable then your drag link has been replaced at some stage. If this is the case, the tie rod ends that you used on the steering rods should fit but it depends on what drag link you have.

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