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Old 02-25-2017, 12:04 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I am looking for someone local (montreal area) who can rebuild the fuel line at the front of my 1991 944 S2 Cab. The lines that go from the rail to the dampner and back. I am thinking the ends could be reused on new line.

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Old 02-25-2017, 12:09 PM   #2
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I'm sure they can http://www.marshall-equipment.com/pa...hydraulic.html

Have you priced them at Porsche just for fun? I would also see if there was a recall on them from back in the day. I have a client with a 944 and Porsche honored the recall for the fuel lines. We were all pretty shocked
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Old 02-25-2017, 02:34 PM   #3
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I could get one of the 2 from Porsche. But one of them is nla.

There are sets available from 944 online and Lindsey for $200 usd plus shipping etc etc but I was thinking it would be easier to find someone local. I'll check out your link thanks!!

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I'm sure they can http://www.marshall-equipment.com/pa...hydraulic.html

Have you priced them at Porsche just for fun? I would also see if there was a recall on them from back in the day. I have a client with a 944 and Porsche honored the recall for the fuel lines. We were all pretty shocked
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Old 02-26-2017, 10:47 AM   #4
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Hi Mark,
I haven't looked at my 924S lines yet but I just ordered the hose and clips described in this How-to for my 928. Looks easy if the hose is the same size and the fittings are the same.

https://www.928motorsports.com/insta...el%20Lines.pdf
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Interesting

If you don't mind, let me know when you get them I'd drop by your place and take a look at how it works.

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I haven't looked at my 924S lines yet but I just ordered the hose and clips described in this How-to for my 928. Looks easy if the hose is the same size and the fittings are the same.

https://www.928motorsports.com/insta...el%20Lines.pdf
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Mark, I can't remember whether Lindsey Racing sold a kit for the 16v cars like they did for the 8v ones, but it might be worth checking.

Man, I miss 944s.
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They do but I don't love dealing with them. But I may go that way.

You ou don't have a 944 anymore. WHY!!
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Mark, I can't remember whether Lindsey Racing sold a kit for the 16v cars like they did for the 8v ones, but it might be worth checking.

Man, I miss 944s.
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You ou don't have a 944 anymore. WHY!!
Call it a temporary oversight!
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Hi Mark,
I did some searching on the 944 forum and came up with some interesting links. Check Larts pricing.
I wil be getting my 928 parts this weekend and if the weather is mild will try to get the old lines off to start the rebuild process.
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Lots of different suggestions for fittings.
http://www.arnnworx.com/catalog/inde...d=17&chapter=1
Heat shield products
https://rennlist.com/forums/924-931-...take-mani.html

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Braided DIY
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http://stores.ebay.com/Larts-Porsche...=p4634.c0.m322

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https://rennlist.com/forums/924-931-...tfe-lines.html

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https://rennlist.com/forums/924-931-...hat-i-did.html
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Thanks Grant!

I just messaged Lart on Facebook. I had messaged him a while ago regarding these and he never answered me.

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Decided to get them from Lart. $100 usd shipped. Thought it was the best way to go.
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