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Originally Posted by full quack View Post
These cupped (Belleville washers) are REALLY important to be there in the assembly. My car is an 1983 model, so maybe Porsche axle designs, have changed over the years, thus the apparent occurrence of some folks on this forum having them while others do not.
All I know is if yours had they originally, they need to be there now. This is not a Briggs & Stratton engine, you can not leave parts out and expect a good end result.

Mark
I would love to see exactly what these washers look like against a CV joint.
I know what belleville washers are and I have never seen them on any of my 911s or 930s.
Perhaps all POs got rid of them?
Anyone got a drive-shaft apart for a photo shoot?
Bill
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