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my3AWDgst

405 P/s Ram

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my3AWDgst

Hello guise,

 

My P/S ram started to drip oil on my MI16 and OEM replacement with shipping to US are quite costly,also I'm sure in near future other ones may fail on other two 405's. Now I'm wondering if 306 ram or any other could do the job.

 

Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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Alan_M

Looks like early 405's used 4011 43, later 405's used 4011 58 and 4011 38. These were also used in the early 406s.

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my3AWDgst

Thank you.

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farmer

Which ram do you need or want ?

 

Will have a look and see if anybody is wanting shot of one

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my3AWDgst

I end up getting new one from my parts supplier in Germany.

Thank you.

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farmer

Was that Peter Hartz?

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my3AWDgst

Was that Peter Hartz?

It would be Jürgen and I do believe that was he's FB name.

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