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Sir Tools P201 Identification

Can anyone verify if this is a Sir Tools P201 sold by our host? It has no markings on it.

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I bought one from Pelican, and it looks exactly like that
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Look like it. How about a pics from the front? There is a detail that would confirm it.
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Thanks. I'm checking with the person that is selling it to get a pic from the front.
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I'm pretty sure it is and if you got a good price, you don't want to loose the sale if you think the seller won't bother to answer back. If its from a Pelican with lots of posts, go for it.

But here what it look like: The ??? Cut Out is shown in your pics (can't remember what it is for...).

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And if you get it, here is a couple of accessory to get.

Well worth the money when you consider the cost of your engine...

Both available here.

Flywheel Lock: PEL-TOL-SIR215

Stomski Racing Engine Yoke Securing Nut/Adapter Set, for Porsche engine stand fixtures, (P201): STOMSKI-SR028

Both on this page: 1986 Porsche 911 Carrera Convertible - Tools - Page 11
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Thanks for the photo and pointing out the cutouts on the front of the yoke. I think I can see the start of the upper cutout on the left side of the yoke in the photo that I posted.

Also, I do plan on getting both the flywheel lock and the securing nut/adapter set.

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And if you get it, here is a couple of accessory to get.

Well worth the money when you consider the cost of your engine...

Both available here.

Flywheel Lock: PEL-TOL-SIR215

Stomski Racing Engine Yoke Securing Nut/Adapter Set, for Porsche engine stand fixtures, (P201): STOMSKI-SR028
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That cutout is to clear the oil cooler on those earlier engines that have them.
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That cutout is to clear the oil cooler on those earlier engines that have them.
Are you talking about the "??? Cut out"?.

As it look like the size of the stud, I think I recall its for the second starter stud.

We'll know for sure as this winter (4 months to go) I'll be doing my Biennial engine drop.
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Original Pelican classified ad at the following link:

3 Porsche 911/912 Engine Yoke

I requested photos of the front of the yoke (via PM on the same day as the start of this thread) and just noticed that these 3 yokes are on eBay at the following link with photos of the front of the yoke that I have yet to receive.

Porsche 911 912 356 Engine Yoke Cradle P201 Lot of 3 | eBay

The yoke on Pelican classifieds is available if anyone wants to try their luck.

Anyone know anything about the yokes from QSC?

Porsche 356 911 912 930 914 Forged Engine Stand Holding Fixture Yoke | eBay

Thanks for everyone's input.

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In the lot of 3, there is only one that I would use on a 911 engine.
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Anyone know anything about the yokes from QSC?

Porsche 356 911 912 930 914 Forged Engine Stand Holding Fixture Yoke | eBay

Thanks for everyone's input.
I used one of the QSC yokes for my engine rebuild. Worked just fine. Seemed well built. I've heard that the standard flywheel locks don't work with them, but it's easy to make your own by drilling two holes in a bar and using a pressure plate bolt to hold the flywheel in place.
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