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Front Wheel Bearing Inner

Put your hand at the top of your wheel and give it a shake. Clunk, clunk? You meay need new wheel bearings. Excessive pedal travel on the brakes? You may need new wheel bearings. Fairly inexpensive and fairly easy to replace, these will make your car roll along nice and smooth.  

Orig.: $53.07
Sale: $9.75


Front Wheel Bearing Outer - 911

Put your hand at the top of your wheel and give it a shake. Clunk, clunk? You meay need new wheel bearings. Excessive pedal travel on the brakes? You may need new wheel bearings. Fairly inexpensive and fairly easy to replace, these will make your car roll along nice and smooth.  

Orig.: $16.13
Sale: $9.25


Front Wheel Seal

Don't forget these. When you're replacing your inner and outer wheel bearings you'll need a pair of wheel seals. These go on the back of the hub and seal against the spindle. They keep all of the grease where it belongs. 

Orig.: $15.15
Sale: $4.00


Final Drive Seal

On to the other end of the car... these final drive seals fit on to the side cover of the transmission where your transmission flanges go in. If you're weeping tranny fluid around your flanges, you found your fix.

Orig.: $18.29
Sale: $4.00


C.V. Joint Bolt

Don't reuse your crusty grimy CV bolts, get new ones so you know your CV's won't come lose. You'll also need new Schnorr washers as well. This is the main cause of CV's coming lose. Schnorr washers are a one use item. 

$1.13


Schnorr Washer for 911 CV Bolts

 These are "must have" items if you are replacing or repairing CV joints or torn boots. Schnorr washers are one use items not to be used again.  

$0.40


C.V. Joint Gasket

Changing your CV's or Boots? You'll need 4 of these CV joint gaskets to do a complete job. There's one on each end of your axle.

Orig.: $3.63
Sale: $2.75


C.V. Joint Boot

Look underneath... CV grease splattered all over the underside of your car? You have a torn CV boot. A greasey messy job but rewarding once you get everything buttoned up. New gaskets and clamps will be needed for this job.

Orig.: $15.28
Sale: $6.00


Large C.V. Boot Clamp (each)

If you're replacing your CV boots or your CV joints, You'll need 2 large and 2 small CV boot clamps. Don't forget new bolts and Schnorr washers.

Orig.: $5.00
Sale: $3.00


Small C.V. Boot Clamp (each)

If you're replacing your CV boots or your CV joints, You'll need 2 large and 2 small CV boot clamps. Don't forget new bolts and Schnorr washers. 

Orig.: $5.00
Sale: $3.00


C.V. Joint Grease

These CV's are doing all the work transfering all of that torque and horsepower to your wheels. Treat them well with the very best German Moly Lube. Use one tube per CV and you should be good to go. We ONLY use this in our 911 and 914-6. 

Orig.: $6.50
Sale: $5.50


Rear Drive Shaft

With the early 911's, our beloved 108mm 4 bolt CV's are NLA. The solution is to get a complete axle assembly and simply bolt it in. Most shops won't even replace CV's these days. Replacing the entire axle assembly is cheaper and easier (based upon time).

Orig.: $462.69
Sale: $245.00


Rear Wheel Bearing

If you're hearing a grinding or groaning noise coming from the rear of your 911, it could be time for a new wheel bearing. The split bearing design means these are basically one use items. If you're planning on removing your hubs, you're bearings will be shot. 

Orig.: $78.95
Sale: $49.95


Differential Bearing (65-71)

Here's the basic bearing that supports your differential. Needed if you're rebuilding your tranny properly.

Orig.: $95.96
Sale: $17.00


Differential Lock Plate

You'll need 6 of these locking plates for your differential housing bolts.

$2.00


Differential Side Cover O-Ring (65-71)

If your side cover is leaking, there's no need to get the entire transmission gasket set just for this large o-ring. Chances are it was put in wrong and pinched (happened to me). Grab a new o-ring and use plenty of tranny lube around it as you lightly press the sde cover into place, 

$10.00

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