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203/209 Asymmetric drop links?

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering & Brakes' started by jeremy156, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. jeremy156

    jeremy156 Senior Member

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    Have a clunk from the front droplinks on my C209 and decided to look up the part number to order replacements.

    What's confused me, after finding A2033202989 is that the part looks like it should be left-handed or right-handed, yet it's a single part number with a quantity 2.

    Are the photos I'm seeing incorrect, or is there perhaps something I'd need to do to "swap" the handedness on one?

    #confused

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  2. Wighty

    Wighty Senior Member

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    I did my CLK a couple of years ago , don't recall any issues from the two I bourght .
     
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  3. Naraic

    Naraic Moderator

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    It is both left and right handed...just use it the other way round depending on the side you are working on.
     
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    jeremy156

    jeremy156 Senior Member

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