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Parts list to have ready for turbo swap?

Parts list to have ready for turbo swap?
I will be swapping in a new turbo and am sure some bolts, etc. will break, etc. Looked around but couldn't*find a list of "you will definitely need these parts" or similar..

What I have so far that I need to order are:
- Turbo oil line crush washers
- Turbo oil line O-Ring


The turbo is not water cooled so will need some parts to address that as well I am sure...

What bolts, studs, etc. should I have ready on hand?

I already have AOS seals ready.
Thanks!
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Get this:

http://rennbay.com/Hardware/944-Turbo-Exhaust-Hardware-Kit.html
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I also suggest you read up on how to remove those turbo mounting bolts.

If you mess it up, you are going to be in a world of hurt...
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I also suggest you read up on how to remove those turbo mounting bolts.

If you mess it up, you are going to be in a world of hurt...
i second this, especially the long bolt. the best method i've found so far is to put the tool (wrench, ratchet, whatever) on a jack, and jack it up so it's almost supporting the weight of the car on that bolt before trying to break it loose by tapping with a hammer. of course you'll want to thoroughly soak that bolt with pb-blaster overnight and tap it several times with a hammer to get it as loose as possible well in advance of attempting to unscrew it.
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