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Old 12-13-2004, 02:27 PM
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Before I start removing the engine of my C4S for a LWF and a few maintenance works, I'd like to thank all of you who gave me precious advises and informations on what to do and expect in such a DIY job.

In the next pictures, I present you the special tools I bought, transformed or modified for that purpose. (All comments are welcome).

My Porsche is a childhood dream, but I like mechanic too, and I'm almost as excited tonight before starting my project that I was the night before buying my car! But the later would never have happened without Rennlist !

Thanks too all! I'll keep you informed on my progress.

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Hi Kelly,

I'll try to do my best to be clear enough in the thread's title to make it clear on what step it's on.
I have also prepared a book to take notes when working, and my camera is ready!
Rennlist gives me a lot, and I'll be more than happy if I can come up in return with something very helpful on the subject.
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Originally Posted by chris walrod
What type of scissor lift is that?
Hi Chris,
well I did find that lift in Germany for 200Ç! Not cheap but looks and feel very strong. I hope it will be easy to use. Here is the link. BTW the guy (Ulrich) is very nice.

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