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Transmission Sir, I have a Mercedes 1972 and i am looking for a transmission 722,(10922701019736). How many types will and can fix my problem. I was told a Porsche 928S, 1978 - 82 would work as well. Can you help? Eddie

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No i did not, but i am stil looking for help on the internet as well. Maybe i will find help on line. Thanks.
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