Transfer Case Chain HV-091 For Mercedes Benz ML GL R 2003-Up Generic

vipih.comSKU: C283-A004~FedexIP



1: According to the original factory specifications,perfect match for the original car.
2: Own different test machines to design exact accurate parameter for our products.All switches were tested for performance.
3: Made by high quality material, lightweight, anti-rust, colorfast and durable.
4: Aftermarket product with premium quality.
5: Stable performance, high reliability,suitable for replacing your broken one.

Condition: 100% Brand New
Material: Metal
Color: show as pictures
Manufacture Part Number:HV-091
Interchange Part Number:HV-091
Engineering Part Number:HV-091
Size:show as pictures
(Please allow 1-3 mm measuring deviation due to manual measurement.)

For Magna Steyr (Single Speed) Equipped '03+ W163, & '05+ W164 Mercedes ML Class
ML320 '03, '07-'09
ML350 '03-'11
ML450 '10-'11
ML500 '03-'07
ML550 '08-'11
ML55 (AMG) '03
ML63 (AMG) '07+
Does Not Fit Non-U.S. Ml Models With "Off-Road" Pro Package 2-Speed Transfer Case

For Magna Steyr (Single Speed) Equipped X164 Gl Class '06-'12:
GL320 '06-'12
GL350 '06-'12
GL450 '06-'12
GL550 '06-'12
Does Not Fit Non-U.S. Gl Models With "Off-Road" Pro Package 2-Speed Transfer Case

For Magna Steyr (Single Speed) Equipped W251 R Class:
R320, R350, & R550 '07-'11

Package Include:
1x Transfer Case Chain HV-091

[* Instruction is not included!]

1.Please check whether this item can fit on your car before purchasing

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Peter Lomba (San Mateo, US)

Saved thousands after having my GL320 evaluated at my Mercedes dealership! After removing my transfer case, it was easy to replace the old "stretched" chain. The truck is running perfectly again!

Anonymous (San Mateo, US)

The replacement was trivial just remove the rear diff and move it out of the way, remove the twelve Torx bolts for the transfer case (plus bracket and sensor), pry off the transfer case cover by applying force at the designated points on the L and R sides of the case, remove the old chain and put in the new, clean and reapply new Permatex 81182 gasket maker, tighten up the case, fill with ATF, and reattach the diff with the recommended torque sequence.

C.J. (San Mateo, US)

My son is a technician at Mercedes and loves the quality of vipih products. Just installed the chain and it is much tighter than it was originally stretched. It fits and is properly tight, i.e. it is the correct size. Good looking product, it's been a week and it hasn't failed!

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