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  1. Hi all After selling my 944 S2 recently, I'm now cleaning out the garage of various parts I've collected over the years. Let me know if you are interested in anything. I'm happy to provide further photos upon request. Located Brisbane southside. Happy to post assuming it is worth my time. Parts available: Side window glass with tint x2 $80 each Engine mounts (pair, used but not leaking) $100 Intake & exhaust camshafts to suit 944 S2 (ok used condition, the exhaust cam has a small chip in one tooth, may suit regearing) $200 Shifter linkage & arm (good condition) $100 Power steering feed hose from reservoir (new) $40 Headlight switch (works well) $30 Coolant metal tube near exhaust headers (solid but bit rusty) $10 Blower motor resistor (unsure if working) $10 SOLD Items: 968 CS steering wheel (as new, not a mark on it, these are AUD$1100+ new) $700 - SOLD Coolant reservoir tank (good used condition) $50 - SOLD Steering shaft (suit rebuild with high temp bearings) $120 - SOLD Shift lever (good condition) $50 - SOLD Leather shift boot (with shifter frame, good condition) $50 - SOLD Alcantara shift boot (without shifter frame, good condition) $30 - SOLD Window switches x3 (used but working) $15 each - SOLD Window slot seal (left side, for bottom of window, new) $100 - SOLD Window channel seals x2 (for top of window, new) $100 each - SOLD Window guide seals x4 (for inside door frame, new) $80 for the four - SOLD Window regulators (right door - appears new) $100 & (left door - appears used) $50 - SOLD Rennbay window regulator rollers x2 sets (upgrade over standard items, new) $50 - SOLD Hatch blind (good used condition but no spring tension) $100 - SOLD Hatch gas struts x2 (gas pressure good, but electrical contact on one doesn’t register) $20 - SOLD Radiator thermo switch (new) $30 - SOLD Coolant temp sensor (new) $30 - SOLD DME relay (used, working when removed) $30 - SOLD Magnetic engine oil drain plug (new) $20 - SOLD Power steering adjustable tension bracket (used but working) $20 - SOLD Left door trigger mechanism & seal (new) $20 - SOLD Door check stop (new) $30 - SOLD Rear bumper body frame decals (black, new) $10 - SOLD Sunvisor clip (used) $10 - SOLD Heater/AC control unit (likely not working) $20 - SOLD Door plastic kick plates x2 (used, minor cracks) $20 each - SOLD
  2. $250 (firm) for PFA members PORSCHE 928, 911, 944, TURBO and S2 -Aluminium Space saver Spare Wheel and Tyre 165HR15Porsche part number : 928.362.130.02Spare Wheel Size : 5.5 J x 15 - 5 stud Porsche fitment 5 x 130Removed from a 1990 944 but Fits Various other models : 928, 911, 924S, 944, 912** Never fitted **Tyre: Vredestein Space Master size 165 HR 15 Radial (advertised elsewhere)
  3. More images here http://s1303.photobucket.com/user/kenhill2/library/Momo%20Wheel?sort=3&page=1 i have sitting around in my garage, doing no one any good, a Momo Steering Wheel, momo horn button, hub ( please read the description about the hub below) and offset spacer. I know it fits a 964 and many other Porsche models but check to make sure that it will fit yours. Momo Steering Wheel with Momo horn button, hub and offset spacer. $225 Momo Steering Wheel with momo horn button only $175 Momo Hub and offset spacer only $65 Momo Steering Wheel with Momo horn button; Wheel is 350mm in diameter. It is leather. As you see it has the "flat"on the bottom. It is black with grey inserts. It is missing the metal ring that holds the horn button - that is replaceable for around $10 if required. I do not know the model or name of the wheel. The grey part of the wheel shows some signs of wear (as you can see from the pictures) otherwise the wheel is in very good condition. Momo Hub; I have broken off the tab the cancels the turn indicators. (see other images) This is repairable (weld a new tab on) if required or you just turn off the indicators manually. Otherwise the hub is in very good condition. Offset spacer: This bolts onto the Momo hub and moves the wheel back and up around 12mm. It is very good if your legs, when using the clutch or brake, hit the steering wheel.
  4. Hi All, Looking to track down a really nice set of 15 inch, 7 and 8 inch fuchs for a project. Car currently has a mint set of 16's of the same size, and could be a trade for someone that has the 15's. Prefer not to restore a set, but will if I have to. Please email me aewebster at me dot com or call zero four one nine, five two seven, five six seven. Thanks.
  5. Hi Can I get some advice on the best products to clean a set of Porsche 20in Carrera Satin Black wheels, they are brand new sitting on my Cayman S. Also is there anything special about cleaning and sealing Satin style wheels..? Cheers
  6. Not to many DIYs around. I received my wheels from Steve (Dubai944) on friday and i've been planning on giving them a referb (even before i got them) But change it from boring silver to a more boring satin black. When i got them, only realised they are cosmetic defects as in, just the paint.. And not so much the face. maybe a nick here or there, but haven't found any other then paint damage. so i'm very pleased! 1 wheel has been hit but only the outer ring is slightly bent. i either might hit it into place or get it re-rolled. Today i got to work. What i mean by today, is around 12:30 pm Went to bunnings and picked up some supplies. 4L paint stripper 400 & 600 grit wet and dry rolls 120 & 180 grit sand paper sheets cork block and some rough sanding blocks. Paint: 2k 1L undercoat or primer 2k hardener (appropriate for the undercoat) 2k 1L thinners (appropriate for the undercoat) 2k 1L base colour paint 2k hardener (appropriate for paint) 2k 1L thinners (appropriate for paint) I only did 1 wheel to see how it would turn out with paint stripper. See for your self! Took about 2 hours to remove all the paint. Never comes all off in the first go. I'm very happy with the outcome! So i'll be doing the rest maybe tomorrow or during the week after work or next weekend. After paint stripping i will be spraying etch primer on one and see how it comes out. if it's nice i'll spray them my self. If its not that great, i'll possibly looking at powder coating. But so far so good! I will update this post with all materials, paints, ect I used.
  7. A friend of mine is looking to get some wheels on his car repaired/refurbished, quotes in Canberra seem quite high so I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations of places in Sydney that do a good job at a reasonable price.
  8. Topic: How to clean wheels during your maintenance wash. Needed: 1. Hose with a decent amount of pressure 2. A non-acidic wheel cleaner (eg Duragloss All Wheel Cleaner, Autoglym Acid Free Wheel Cleaner, P21S Wheel Cleaner, Wolf's Brake Duster) 3. SAFE Wheel brush (or perhaps a selection of them) and a spare Microfibre wash mitt (eg Daytona wheel brush, Vikan soft brush, Wheel Woolies) 4. Bucket of water (even warm-medium hot water if possible) (If you want to clean your splash guards, then use a diluted multi-purpose cleaner) Procedure (can be removed or still mounted to the vehicle): 1. After rinsing, take your dirty wheels and apply your favourite non-acidic wheel cleaner to the wheel. Make sure you include the tighter areas including in between spokes, inside the barrel, wheel nut areas and calipers. 2. Let the wheel cleaner sit for 2-3 of minutes. Some solutions turn red or change colour which means they are working in with the dirt. Others don't. 3. Use your safe soft bristled wheel brush. The Daytona Speed brush is fantastic because it has soft bristles and rubber parts so it will not mark or scratch your wheels. Get inside the spokes and in the barrel with the brush. Your brush should also be able to clean the calipers. 4. Use the microfibre mitt to clean the face and any other areas that you may have missed. This is where you can also use another sponge or brush to clean the splash guards. 5. Simply rinse off and dry the wheels. You may notice the surface rust on your rotors. The next drive should fix that problem. TIPS: - Let your brakes cool down before washing. You don't want to risk damaging your rotors - If need be you can apply a light mist of spray wax on your wheels for that added shine and protection - If your exhausts are dirty, use the wheel cleaner & wheel brush to freshen them up (doesn't apply for carbon fibre or ceramic exhaust tips) - Frequent cleaning (once every week) will restrict heavy contamination - If you end up sealing your wheels with a quality sealant, then use pH neutral car wash when cleaning your wheels We've taken a few before, during and after photos of some of the wheels we've cleaned. No other magic tricks, just the same technique as discussed here. Mercedes C63 Carlsson forged wheel: E90 M3 18" wheel: F25 X3 M Sport wheel: F10 320d Luxury wheel: BMW 1M Satin Black 19" wheel: Ferrari F430 Scuderia exhaust tips: Find loads more photos here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.562802300407295.1073741836.280325515321643&type=3
  9. have afew spares including heaps of bolts nuts wiring looms gaskets etc, here are some pics there all been leftovers since my dad sold hes project 911 many years ago, so parts have been in storage for awhile as you can see there dirty etc i been cleaning them for the passed 2 weeks. everything in the pics is for sale will post first in best dressed but im looking for someone to buy them all or most of the parts as i dont want this to drag on for ages as we are moving. any questions please call me joe, 0424044994 DO NOT message me on this forum if you are going to message me please message my phone. please note,i DO NOT have body parts. BUT i have parts like the sterring collum dash claster aircon controlls etc, rear hubs, oringal jack etc see the pics also please note i was not allowed to post all the images forum wont let me more pics

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