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how do I take off the gears on the front?

sorry for not knowing the technical term but I need to take off the plastic part so I can replace the tensioner... is there a special tool I need to do this?

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Wow nice engine, That sucks that the bracket is like that, MY AC bracket is like that and I need to remove it, Im not sure about what plastic gears you mean, You need to un bolt all the pullies and gears some you may need a puller and some PB blaster, then remove the rear timming cover
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cool, so if I go to auto zone what tool should I ask for to hold the gear still while I try to unbolt it?
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hey your not TOO far from me... did you read my post asking for people to help me put the motor in the car? do you have that kind of expertiece?
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I did mine

Yea but isnt middle town MA far away from CT?? I rebuilt my 87 924S engine 6 years ago when I was 16 here are some pics




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I cant find a pic or remember the tools name, Let me do some searching and see if I can find it
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CHeck out this link, Very helpful

http://www.clarks-garage.com/

also here is a list of tools neded from clarks site

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Used For
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Part Number

Sockets

8mm Cheesehead (also called Triple Square and 12 point internal)
Pressure Plate to Flywheel bolts / CV Joint bolts
Snap-On
Lisle
FTSM8E
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10mm Cheesehead
Camshaft sprocket bolt
Snap-On
Lisle
FTSM10E
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12mm Cheesehead
Flywheel to crankshaft bolts
Snap-On
Lisle
STSM12E
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6mm Long Allen Head
Cam Housing / Intake Manifold
Snap-On
FAML6E

6mm Long Allen Ball Head
Intake Manifold / Turbocharger mounting bolts
Snap-On
FABLM6E

5mm Long Allen Ball
Head
Throttle body / Turbo Air Filter Housing
Snap-On
FABLM5E

8mm Allen Head
Cam Housing Plugs
Snap-On
FAM8E or
FAML8E

15/16" or 24mm medium / deep(Optimum Overall length is 2 to 2-1/4")
Crankshaft Pulley bolt
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Wrenches

15/16" or 24 mm open end bent thin head*
Timing and balance belt eccentric rollers
Baum Tool
T9A-24B

1-1/16" or 27 mm open end bent thin head*
Timing and balance belt eccentric rollers
Baum Tool
T9A-27B

15/16" or 24 mm open end (Modified 6" long, thin head)
Oil Pressure Sending Unit
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1-1/4" or 32mm open end
Oil Cooler Lines (Turbo)
Craftsman
Snap-On
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Other Tools

Belt Tensioning Tool
Timing (pre-'87), Balance (All), Alternator, Power Steering Belts
Sonnen
Baum
00-721-920-10
P 9201

Balance Shaft Pin Spanner
Removing Balance Shaft Sprockets
Sonnen
Baum
000-721-920-00
P 9200
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your probabally about 2 hours away... you put the motor in yourself and got it all running and everything?
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Yea its not to bad, It looks like you are more then half way done with yours, what are you having problems with
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well deal is I bought the car and the motor was stripped down to the block but the guy I got it off gave up on trying to remove it... so I've got the old motor out and I've got the new motor ready to go (except for that arm on the front shown in the pic) and I pretty much need someone to help me put it in and hook everything up and get it running... this is my first porsche so I'm a little nervous about the whole thing... I THINK I got the bellhousing on the new motor fine but I'm not sure and I dont know how to tell... I just wish someone could get here and we could get it done together.
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I would love to come and help but things are kinda crazy right now. I will gladly help you with what ever I can. E-mail me with some questions or just post them here and I will see If I can help you. One question for you is, Wich way did you pull the motor?? From the top or bottom??
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well... I took out the 4 bolts from the cross member then I dropped it a few inches and then was able to pull it out the top.
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Ohh Ok, See when I did it I dropped it out the bottom its a little different. SO I think You should be able to drop the new one back in no problem, then just start bolting things up
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so... when putting the bellhousing back on do I just slap the 3 pieces back on? or do I have to line anything up first?
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3 peaces??? do you mean the clutch, pressure plate and flywheel??
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well,, since I know no technical terms.... there was one thing with springs on it... another piece that went over that with (I think) hex bolts, and then the cover with that hook thing that went around the thing with the hex bolts... sorry for not knowing the terms
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Sounds like the clutch, can you take a pic? Your gonna need to line them all up so that the drive shaft can slide into them
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will take pics tonight or tommorow... thanks for the help

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