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Old 06-09-2018, 12:25 PM
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Hi Everyone, I`m looking for the handbrake lever"handle", "Sleeve" , it may be called either possibly, it`s for the crossfire roadster, Automatic, I don`t know if it being an automatic makes any difference, anyway I`m looking for the handle, IE the bit you grab to pull the handbrake lever on as mine just split today, it seems to have become brittle, any help would be great to try and get a new one, Regards, Teak

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Here is a new one listed on Ebay.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2004-2008-C...UAAOSwvOxZ5JTF
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Hi ZERACER, thanks for responding so quickly, it`s only the rubber "Sleeve"/"Handle", ie the bit you grab to pull the Handbrake on that i need, not the complete assembly, sorry if I wasn`t clear on that, regards, Teak
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Hi ZERACER, thanks for responding so quickly, it`s only the rubber "Sleeve"/"Handle", ie the bit you grab to pull the Handbrake on that i need, not the complete assembly, sorry if I wasn`t clear on that, regards, Teak
Try a wreckers, I am sure that Mercedes cars use the same part on a lot of models, SLK 320 and 32 for sure.
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Try a wreckers, I am sure that Mercedes cars use the same part on a lot of models, SLK 320 and 32 for sure.

Hi onehundred80, i`ll check that out, I was trying to get a Mercedes part number fot it and I`m still looking at that, Zeracer kindly offered a 2nd hand one for $40 plus postage if I can`t source one and I`ll let him know, thanks again for your help, Regards, Teak
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Hi Zeracer, Thanks for the link, I`ll check it out, regards, Teak
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Hi Bluecoupe, thanks for the link, I`ll check it out, regards, Teak
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