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Porsche Crest 951 coolant expansion tank and NA balance shaft covers.

I have a 944 turbo coolant expansion tank for sale in almost new condition minus one broken mounting tab, still white in color, and not faded yellow, no cracks,
-asking $ 50 plus flat rate usps.

Also in pic is a fully restored set of balance shaft covers for an M44/07 block. they have been soda blasted inside and out and painted in aluma blast paint with primer first. They are concours quality and will look amazing!!!!
-asking $40 plus flat rate usps.


Thanks and best regards Pelicaners!!!!!


Old 02-27-2012, 05:07 PM
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I'll take the coolant tank.
PM on how you would like to be paid.

Chuck

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I always heard balance shaft covers had to be matched to the block.
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yes and no, you can still swap covers and the shafts will be fine, on an NA block near year range m44/07 which is 86-87
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The balance shaft bores are align-bored to the block. I wouldn't expect them to work on a different block.
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Plus if you have ever tried it you will find that the balance shafts will not turn by hand, and once the covers are torqued down the bearings are ruined.
Ask me how I know -
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yes, that can happen, but if you burnish the bearings before hand, and soda blast the bores and leave them bare, you will be fine. i painted the exterior only and left spotless clean bare aluminum on the insides for that reason.
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sale pending on tank
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yes, that can happen, but if you burnish the bearings before hand, and soda blast the bores and leave them bare, you will be fine. i painted the exterior only and left spotless clean bare aluminum on the insides for that reason.
I completely disagree with this.
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Why would one want to blast the machined surfaces on Aluminum ?? There are to many cleaners out there that are more friendly even though it may take a little more time.
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Tank sold! Thanks Pelican! Soda blasting is the least abrasive of any media. Only the finest grade baking soda on aluminum ...... and very fast results.
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