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WTB!! black OIL PAN INSERT

i am looking for a OIL PAN INSERT and the bolts that go with it. one that is in good condition that is not brittle as that is how mine broke. i have a 1987 944S.

i think the part number is 944 107 389 01
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what it look like?
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if you look on the inside of the oil pan, its a black plastic tray thing. and its held on by 7 allen head bolts
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windage tray?
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i dont know
its the black plastic thing right above the baffled sump on the inside of the pan

i dont know how else to explain it
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Have you considered buying a new one? They're about $75, and assures that is definitely good.
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Insert for Oil Sump

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Have you considered buying a new one? They're about $75, and assures that is definitely good.
Agreed. PN is 944.107.389.01
there are also 7 bolts PN: 900.119.001.02
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i really cant afford one.

buying new bearings, water pump, rollers, belts rings, gaskets. valve job, and other parts and services have left this car's funding almost taped out
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also i had told the part number in firsst post
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i really cant afford one.
You sure you own the right car for you?
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i am all for PROPERLY maintaining these cars. but like everyone else i do have current budget constraints. and WHY in the h*ll would i pay 75 plus shipping for a piece of plastic when there are so many other things i rather do, like hella h4 headlights and stuff.

you dont know me and i really hate when people say "you have the right car" i am doing the things in needs and not skipping on it but there is no logic in spending a 80 bucks on plastic
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Well if you get one that is in the same shape as yours then you have wasted your time and your money. Been there, done that, no friggin T-shirt.
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