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Looking for a nice IROC front bumper for a narrow body car (3.2)... the style without the integrated front splitter. PM or email me if you have something.
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Looking for a nice IROC front bumper for a narrow body car (3.2)... the style without the integrated front splitter. PM or email me if you have something.
can you post a pic?
Old 12-19-2015, 04:24 PM
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Hi, looking for a pair of midyear manual sport seats, ideally in black. Please let me know if you have anything. I think these may have come in 74-77 Carrera,. early SCs, and some 924s.

Thanks, Joe
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wtb a pair of rear seat belts for my 76 911
I think I may have a set, but I'd have to dig them out of the pile and I'm just getting over an OP, I can look for them In a few weeks if you haven't found a set by then.

PM me then to remind me.
I'm 1 hour from TO with good traffic.

Sorry I didn't realize that was an older post, for some reason coming from gmail it was a few pages behind.
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Sure thing Mark, hope you're doing OK.
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Good, two 7mm kidney stones and it's been a long haul, but it's a long story about an incompetent, now former urologist.
I dumped him and now have the pro's at St. Michael's in TO handing my case.
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Mark_ Congrats on passing those puppies - would not wish that on a foe.
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Mark, didn't you once say you have had many of these over the years? Like some huge number? (could have been someone else)

Good to hear you've found a decent doc.




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Mark, didn't you once say you have had many of these over the years? Like some huge number? (could have been someone else)

Good to hear you've found a decent doc.




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Yep 30 years, over 100+ stones.
Benign tumor on my para-thyroid, I haven't made new ones since I had it removed , but I'm still loaded with stones from pre-OP. I've had trust issues for quite a while with my old uroligist, so I would let him touch my kidneys. I got a new GP and he said enough of this BS and sent me to Toronto.
Now I have enough trust with the new pro, head of urology for St.Mike's kidney center, that I'll likely get my kidneys cleaned out.
So I'm likely looking at least 2 more kidney surgeries in the near future.

Frankly the reason my 914 isn't done (been 95% done for a
a couple years now) is because at the end of the day I just don't have the energy to work on my car.

I'm still recovering but it's the first time in 2 years I haven't been in pain.
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Mark, that's quite an ordeal. I can understand how that would put a damper on your motivation. My 914 has been a work in progress for a few years now and I don't have any of those issues so don't feel bad. If I was a little closer I'd come over and give you a hand.
Best Regards, Joe

PS, do you have any advice on getting a taco plate to stop leaking? I'm going to remove it in the next couple of days and reexamine what else I can do. I think I'll install some mounting studs while I'm at it.
If you care to respond probably best to move this over to a PM
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Mark, that's quite an ordeal. I can understand how that would put a damper on your motivation. My 914 has been a work in progress for a few years now and I don't have any of those issues so don't feel bad. If I was a little closer I'd come over and give you a hand.
Best Regards, Joe

PS, do you have any advice on getting a taco plate to stop leaking? I'm going to remove it in the next couple of days and reexamine what else I can do. I think I'll install some mounting studs while I'm at it.
If you care to respond probably best to move this over to a PM
Often the taco plate is over tightened distorting the plate or striping out the 6mm bolt holes. The plate can often be straightened out with careful hammer work. Although I'm a proponent of using timeserts the 6mm helicoils work just fine for repairing the 6mm bolt holes. BTW every engine I have ever built I helicoil these threads no matter what condition they're in.
Other causes is damage to the Oring sealing surface of the case, I use a wire wheel and then polish with 4-600 grit paper.
I use Dow55 on the Oring when installing the plate, but in the past I've had success with the loctite liquid teflon pipe dope. Oil will work, but I've had much better success with the other two methods.
Do not over tighten, 6mm is only around 9lbs torque.
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WTB, fibreglass bumpers for 914 also for narrow body 76 911.

Thanks, JD
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Looking for a fiberglass IROC widebody rear bumper and a 73 RSR front bumper and lower splitter. pickup/greyhound preferred.
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In need of a pair of rear reflectors for the bumper of 69 912

Found a pair, thanks Pelican
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Windshield Wiper Switch 911SC

Hi, searching a Windshield Wiper Switch for my 1979 911SC.
Also looking for Euromeister wheels 16 x 7" new or like new condition.


Bonne idée de faire des affaires entre Canadiens... Merci.
Canadian only is such a good idea... Thank you guys!

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Hi, searching a Windshield Wiper Switch for my 1979 911SC.
Also looking for Euromeister wheels 16 x 7" new or like new condition.


Bonne idée de faire des affaires entre Canadiens... Merci.
Canadian only is such a good idea... Thank you guys!
I have the switch.
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