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  1. Dick Shift
    04-07-2017 01:00 PM - permalink
    Dick Shift
    Looking for a NLA 911 rod bearing.part # 901.103.141.70
    That's a .75mm [.030"] oversize rod bearing for a 66mm stroke 2.0/2.2L engine.
    I just need a set for ONE rod.
    Thank you,
  2. sbrown.nw
    11-29-2015 12:21 PM - permalink
    Hi John,

    Are you still interested in the 3.2 factory stainless with tip we discussed a few weeks ago? I still have it and plan to be in Seattle tomorrow (Monday).

    $100 -


  3. john walker's workshop
    09-03-2015 11:38 AM - permalink
    john walker's workshop
    I think it's forward. if that doesn't work, push it backwards.
  4. john walker's workshop
    09-03-2015 11:37 AM - permalink
    john walker's workshop
    Push it forward and lift it out.
  5. duckrancher
    08-30-2015 09:04 PM - permalink
    Hi John ~

    I've got an 89 C4 that you did some work on a while back. I need some advice on how to remove the window-washer nozzles from their housing in the cowl so I can get to the hoses and valves.

    There isn't enough enough room underneath to get my fingers to the bottom side of the nozzle fixture and depress the tab that keeps it in place. Is there some trick short of destroying the fixture?

    It's probably a simple thing, but I've spent the wkend pissing around with it and can't find the secret or track down a DIY on the forums.

    Steve Wilson
  6. A horse with no name
    05-07-2015 04:15 PM - permalink
    A horse with no name
    Hi John, as a matter of interest, what model and year is this belt for? Thanks
  7. aquazulu2
    03-25-2014 01:10 AM - permalink
    Only when the experts in the garages decide to share their experience with the rest of us DIY that our knowledge base grow. Sharing is a selfless act especially from someone who operates a garage. Thanks for our help..
  8. BoxsterGT
    12-22-2013 01:38 PM - permalink
    Hi John,

    My apologies, I seldom read visitor messages. Best to email me.

    I have been out of stock on the "J" hoses for a while. I just got a few more in.

    If you give me your address I can send a sample for N/C if you like. My usual price is $65 and everything goes out by Priority Mail.

    Len at Autosportengineering dot com or Len dot Cummings at Verizon dot net
  9. dagersh
    07-15-2013 01:03 PM - permalink
    Hi John,

    Sorry to bother. But my '89 Targa Headlight switch is acting wonky. I wanted your opinion as to whether it is fried. I was replacing the TS Assembly on the steering column and trying to get the proper wires onto the headlight switch. The TS Stalk works, the headlights operate as they should as do the turnsignals.

    I think I turned the knob too hard before you made me aware of the hole in the shaft. Now the 58a term. is hot when the car is off and the HL switch is in the off position. As soon as I pull the knob into either the parking light or headlight positions, the terminal is no longer hot and the guage lights go off.

    The lights work fine, but I get no parking lights in the parking lights position on the switch, although the green light in the Speedo does illuminaye in this position. Also, my foglights are not working in any position, and they definitely worked before the repair.

    Thanks again for all your help.

    Michael Gershon
  10. pc100porsche
    04-02-2013 11:03 AM - permalink
    Hi John,
    I have a pair of Boge front struts that were removed from my 88 911 Coupe. A fellow who has a 1977 911 is interested in these however he is concerned regarding compatablity. Could you make any comment as to whether these 1988 Boges will fit his 1977 car ?
    Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Kevin Devlin
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