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Where can I get my WUR rebuilt?

I tried to get contact Brian Leask but cant seem to get a hold of him. Can any1 recommend some1 else to rebuild to stock specs?
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Where can I get my WUR rebuilt?
Special-T-Auto sources rebuilt Bosch WUR's but does not do the work:
http://www.specialtauto.com/porsche-parts/index.html
Email: John@SpecialTAuto.com
972-564-9321 (TX)

You should be able to get Brian - he's probably just taking a holiday break:
Brian Leask via email 930wur@cox.net or (949) 632-0222 (CA)
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Got him thanks!
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I tried calling him yesterday also, but got no reply...thought he may be on vacation.....do you have a contact number for brian?
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I tried calling him yesterday also, but got no reply...thought he may be on vacation.....do you have a contact number for brian?
Here's his web site, number @ bottom of page.
Brian Leask
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he is on vacation, he called me from the # on his website .
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Don't know how true this is, but I heard that a good soaking in paint thinner???? cleans them out, but doesn't do any damage. Paint thinner scares me but I'd try gasoline.

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