1st, you need to give more info. I have no idea what country you are in or if
the cars are USA
In the USA: Having a 2.6L engine means you have a 190E 2.6 in a 201 body or a
300E 2.6 in a 124
2nd: What is this 2.8L differential coming out of?
I have a 1990 Mercedes 300E 2.6L with a bad differential. A 1993 Mercedes
300E 2.8L with differential was given to me to replace the damaged
differential in my car.
I want to know what parts (axle and/or driveshaft) needs to replaced in the
300E 2.6L so I can use the differential from the 300E 2.8L. Both cars are
The last of the USA 124's were 2.8's and 3.2's. They were easy to spot by the
WDBEA30 were 300E 3.0, WDBEA26 were 300E 2.6
WDBEA28 were E320 2.8, WDBEA32 were 300E 3.2
RStuart, in response to the previous post about ratios..... clean off the bottom
left and bottom
right rear corners where the cover bolts on and you will find the ratio stamped
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