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901/03 sealing ring p/n

I have a 901/03 transmission and I canít figure out through PET or this site the proper p/n for the drive shaft sealing rings. I believe it to be 999 113 058 50, can anyone confirm.
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901/03 is not a good number. Double check 901/02,901/13???
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Well the number disappeared with road scars but the s/n is fully visible and is 2280944
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Marc, your post made me think and I think I have this partially figured out. 901/03 is a 68 T gearbox available in R.O.W., Iím in Canada. This also explains why itís not listed in my U.S. downloaded PET catalogue. Does anyone have a R.O.W. PET that can validate the sealing rings, it must be the same as a 68 L gearbox I would think.
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It certainly is a valid type #. All aluminum case trans should use the same seal ring.
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Dave, would you have type number of the aluminum 5 speed regular trans 68. The only difference I see in PET is one seal is 45x68x10 and the other 45x65x10, I believe these measurements to be I.D., O.D., and thickness. I can hopefully measure the O.D. Tonight and see if I get 65mm or 68.
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Well the number disappeared with road scars but the s/n is fully visible and is 2280944
Norm, as I already explained on your other thread, you have a 1968 911T 5-speed transmission with simplified differential, type 901/03.
Your other thread: Identify transmission

All transmissions for model year 68, including Sportomatics, had aluminum housings and used the same axle flange oil seal.
Seal number 999.113.058.50, size 45 x 65 x 10 mm.

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Thanks Jon, yes you did reply that it was a 901/03 and I appreciate that but I couldn’t find a reference to the seal in PET for that transmission. Measured it tonight and you are right, it’s a 65mm. Thanks for your help.
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Sorry about the mistake, I was going by Porsches new "electronic" information. Just goes to show, you can't beat the old spec book. Thanks Jon.
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No problem, Marc :-)

Since the 68T was a non-US ROW model, sometimes it wasn't included in US-specific references.
Type 901/03 was a 1-year (68) transmission.

I still refer to the old factory paper manuals for information.

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To get ROW PETs use the Porsche website and choose any region except North America USA.
Then choose Services & Accessories, Classic, Genuine Parts Catalogue.

This is the Malaysia web page: Porsche Classic Genuine Parts Catalogue

Use the pull down menus to pic your specific Model and Year.
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