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Banjo (Hollow) Bolt Size - WUR

Does Anyone know what the size is of the banjo bolt which screws into the top of the WUR?
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I was supposed to look for one of those for you.

I completely forgot.

I'll check tonight

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Does Anyone know what the size is of the banjo bolt which screws into the top of the WUR?
Thanks!
Does this help?

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That is a great photo and information, Mark. Where is that come from? Thanks.
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That is a great photo and information, Mark. Where is that come from? Thanks.
Here you go! Just one of a zillion web sites I've come across over the years. Never done any business with them, though.

http://www.specialtauto.com/porsche-parts/index.html
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Thanks, Mark.
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Thats Perfect! Thanks!!
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I looked everywhere jcc911. I only have one for the left side of the wur not the banjo bolt.
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Making your own banjo bolt is easy if you have a drill press. Buy the proper size bolt at your local NAPA parts store (costs about a buck), drill it out cown the center and then through the sides in a couple places. Easy if you can't wait to buy a new one.

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