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  1. - AIM Mychron 4, Kart tach, lap timer & temperature gauge. - Complete with: lap sensor, tach sensor wire & under spark plug temperature sensor. - Very minimal use, in as new condition. - Complete with all original packaging & instructions. - Photos form part of the description. $350. Mods, please delete if this isn’t allowed.
  2. Mr Airhead, Can you share your impressions of your Maxjax hoist, I have been tossing up between one of these or a Belly lift hoist for home use. Did you install the Maxjax yourself? Is the Maxjax secured to the floor? What did you use to secure it to the floor? Did you know the thickness of the concrete? Do you move it around or leave it in the one location? Sorry for all the questions, just trying to make an informed decision. Any advice is much appreciated.
  3. SOLD 911SC Heater sensor components, sell as one lot. Items 4, 5, 6 & 7.
  4. Bump, still available. Last go & then off to the tip.
  5. 81SC

    914 Trans mount

    Does this help with your search Greg.
  6. C'mon guys, those things don't move that much dirt. When you talk about the size of the machine, you have to say how many cubic metres a bucket will move 😎. As a size comparison, that is a D11N Cat dozer & a 20t crane in the foreground.
  7. Maybe you could try the Porsche Classic page & see if they can bring this back into production. They started remaking the headlight washer nozzles for the pre-79 911's, they also were commanding ridicules prices. Go to this Porsche page & fill out the form. https://www.porsche.com/australia/accessoriesandservice/classic/genuineparts/originale/ Some info that might help.
  8. This was the best Datto I owned & still regret to this day selling it, because I didn't need too.
  9. If you have 2 sets of front suspension strut inserts, you will need to send one back & get the proper rear shock absorbers. The rear shock absorbers do not need to be pulled apart for installation.
  10. Jeff, That thing you are holding in the picture is not a rear shock absorber, it appears to be a Bilstein strut insert for a Boge front strut. If you can show us the strut insert retaining nut, it will help determine what Boge struts it fits. The early Boge struts had an internal thread at the top of the strut tube & the later Boge struts had an external thread at the top of the strut tube. Early Boge strut - internal thread, late Boge strut - external thread. Jeff, The oil line that you didn't know where it went, is for the oil cross over pipe that runs around the rear of the engine on later cars, see photo.
  11. Every now and again I'll rewatch the Ari Vatanen 1988 Pikes Peak video, I remember first seeing this footage at the Sydney motor show.

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