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Old 05-04-2024, 03:15 PM
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E53 rear prop shaft differences.

Hi all, been a while.

So I'm looking to replace the rear prop on my 2004 E53 3.0d manual six speed.

Can anyone definitively tell me if there is any difference between props, Manual,.
auto, petrol, diesel? Thanks in advance.
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Hi all, been a while.

So I'm looking to replace the rear prop on my 2004 E53 3.0d manual six speed.

Can anyone definitively tell me if there is any difference between props, Manual,.
auto, petrol, diesel? Thanks in advance.

Put the last seven of VIN into realoem.com and find that part. It will show every other models that use that exact part number.
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