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Old 02-03-2012, 03:27 PM
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You guys are amazing. I'm impressed ! I love the pics. I guess im a visual kinda person. A picture
is worth a thousand words.
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'Nuther pic of the 9131:

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Old 02-27-2013, 01:06 PM
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Collection of later G28 transmission service tools, some factory, some replica.

Annoyingly I was out-bid on a 9155. Next time....

9149, 9144, 9148, 9140, 9218, 9219:



9218 closeup:



9219:



Home-made 9140 Input shaft puller



Home-made 9148 input shaft puller



Home-made 9144 diff carrier handle:
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:22 PM
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Is there anything here you can't live without?
Found it by accident. Some 928 tools -doesn't seen like a lot.

http://www.samstagsales.com/Porsche.htm

Also hand tools from:

http://www.german-hand-tools.com/
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Old 02-27-2013, 01:25 PM
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Yes, many things. Between Sam Stag, ZDMAK, Stahlwille.com, Hazet.com and Chad's Toolbox, one can **** away a lot of time salivating over quality tools.

The funny thing is that factory tools are actually cheapest (using that term loosely) from the factory.
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Old 03-11-2013, 11:40 PM
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Default Rear Crankshaft seal install tool

Just found and acquired this.
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I have a custom tool made to drive the nut that holds the breather elbows in the cam covers if anyone ever needs it.
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Old 03-13-2013, 01:19 AM
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The legendary Porsche tuning shop, Andial, founded in 1975, is closing its doors in a couple of weeks. For some reason they had a 9127 engine yoke, and they called Mark Anderson, who caused me to run over there.

This is an Enzo from Dwayne's post, but here it is anyway.

Hans, if you need any particular measurements from this beyond what you already have, just holler.





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Not really factory tools, but they do the job better than the factory tools, so here goes:

Regis RL-700 pneumatic valve spring compressor, closely related to the Snap-On/Blue Point CF700B. Ebay special, found a rebuild/seal kit from Regis, now good as new:




To use one, you also need a valve spring adapter. Have been looking for one that's the right size for a while, finally found one- Kent Moore J-41774, which fits perfectly over the top of the spring retainer.




31.68 mm OD, fits in the 35 mm lifter bores just fine:



There are four J-41774's on Ebay right now, get 'em while they last! (One can easily make these out of 1.25" steel pipe and a Feintool, but Ebay is easier....) The cheapest one is $25 BIN.
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There is a 9514 on eBay currently...if Rob hasn't bought it yet.

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There is a 9514 on eBay currently...if Rob hasn't bought it yet.

Been watching it and was hoping it would not pop up here as i sent an offer. It didn't sell the last time it was listed.
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Saw it, but I wouldn't know what to do with it, and have too many other toys in the queue right now.
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Do we finally find out that 9514 actually measures?

https://rennlist.com/forums/928-foru...ent-value.html
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Reminder to check, for whomever buys this thing:

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If the ebay seller does not know what spring is in there, then the price should be substantially reduced.
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