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Unread 04-13-2014, 08:55 AM   #1
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Can one of the experts tell me if I can repalce this mcor with any mcor so long as it fits and the pedal shaft hole is the same? Seems I read some where they just have to fit. The part numbers are very confusing when you try to buy one.






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Unread 04-14-2014, 06:14 PM   #2
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I have seen some of these for sale that just say mcor and not mcor 2 like this one but they look just like this one. Same shift hole etc.. Are they interchangeable? I know someone knows the answer.
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The ones that just say MCOR are for a DS. They're splined differently. Otherwise they're the same. Take a picture of the pedal group that this MCOR2 came off of and I'll be able to tell you exactly what you need to replace it with.
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Tahoe :

Since he has an mcor 2, and since they are still available, why even consider going to a 4? Just wondering.
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Tahoe :

Since he has an mcor 2, and since they are still available, why even consider going to a 4? Just wondering.
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Do they still make mcor 1?
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Thanks for the help. Here are pictures of the pedal group. I thank part of the problem is how the various people selling these things on line do not use accurate pictures and descriptions or either they don't know what they are talking about. I am thinking I need part 102528501.




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Do they still make mcor 1?
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Thanks for the help. Here are pictures of the pedal group. I thank part of the problem is how the various people selling these things on line do not use accurate pictures and descriptions or either they don't know what they are talking about. I am thinking I need part 102528501.




You are 100% correct. That's the correct number as well.
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