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Need Part Numbers for these oil lines?

Hello,

I have attached two pictures below and need your help. 87-930

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1) This line travels from my oil reservoir, makes a bend up into my engine compartment and then ends up at another reservoir (not sure what this is) behind the oil fill tube. There are two lines total... what are they and what are there part numbers? Also, what is the purpose of this oil tank?

2) This is the major oil supply line from the reservoir to the motor. I need part number please? I can find this one, but figured that I would include with the request.

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How can I stop the oil that is leaking around the sensor? Is there a gasket or something that I can buy? Part number?

Thanks for your help in advance.
Bryan






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Here is the line from question #1- That reservoir is the oil separator

http://www.pelicanparts.com/PartsLookup/HTML/911_USA_87_89_KATALOG/104-02-Frame3.htm


Here is the oil supply "S" hose-- you need 930 66/68 for turbo(the lower one)

http://www.pelicanparts.com/PartsLookup/HTML/911_USA_87_89_KATALOG/104-00-Frame3.htm


Here is the new gasket for your oil tank, you could try tightening the nuts on the one you have-the gasket is cork and it shrinks-don't get over zealous though or you may split it

http://www.pelicanparts.com/PartsLookup/HTML/911_USA_87_89_KATALOG/104-01-Frame3.htm
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Thanks

RSR Mike,

Thanks for the help. I was having trouble determining what exactly I needed from the spec sheets.

Your help is appreciated.

Bryan
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Studs in Oil Tank Gasket?

Anyone,

When removing the bolts off the studs on the sending unit located on the oil tank, will they fall into the tank, or they attached the tank itself?

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Bryan
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Bryan,

The studs won't fall off. Pressure wash the area before you start. You won't want any of that oily grime falling into the tank when you remove your sender. The new gasket is a pretty easy fix although you have to manuver the sender out of the opening.

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