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By Don Smith
#175875
Good morning guys and gals.
I just did a fuel pump replacement,filter and cross over pipe, and it all went well. But....there is always a but. My electric wires and rubber covers were both hard. I have been looking for a source of these rubber boots, but not found one locally, yet. Any good source out there, besides the stealer.
Thanks
Don
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By worf
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By Don Smith
#176051
Thank you both. I will call Roger tomorrow morning.
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By Don Smith
#176107
And as a follow up, Roger has them for $5.25 each. Ordered along with some graphite bearings for my new Hans shift kit.
My car is going to be a perfect driver, after this, but unfortunately, it goes away till spring, and I will have to wait to do these small changes.
Oh well, third world problems!
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By worf
#176130
Don Smith wrote: Thu Oct 13, 2022 8:45 am And as a follow up, Roger has them for $5.25 each.
Which? The correct boots or the boots for the level or pressure senders?
Don Smith wrote: Thu Oct 13, 2022 8:45 am Ordered along with some graphite bearings for my new Hans shift kit.
Why? Is something missing from @hans14914’s kit?
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By hans14914
#176176
Dave - he is referring to the aftermarket "911" poly-graphite bushings to rebuild the rear coupler. I generally advise people to replace the coupler bushing with a round-hole (911) bushing as opposed to the silly slot bushings used in the 928 coupler. Even a brand new one has over 1mm of random travel in the slot.
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By worf
#176221
hans14914 wrote: Thu Oct 13, 2022 12:58 pm Dave - he is referring to the aftermarket "911" poly-graphite bushings to rebuild the rear coupler. I generally advise people to replace the coupler bushing with a round-hole (911) bushing as opposed to the silly slot bushings used in the 928 coupler. Even a brand new one has over 1mm of random travel in the slot.
Ah.

I just cut on of the old shift handle bushings in half and stick the halves in the oval.
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By Don Smith
#176359
Yes, Dave, the rubber boots for the fuel pump were $5.25 each, and I did as Hans suggested, for the polygraph its bushings. I am only going in there once!
Thanks for your help.
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By hilton
#176633
These may fit?

928 612 497 00

Protection cap for the 2-wire oil pressure sender

I used them for the AC pressure sender years ago (returning my '89 to stock as it had a combined sensor from a PO). Not quite as big a diameter as the fuel pump's stubs, but close.

pic on Theo's site: https://jenniskens.livedsl.nl/Technical ... Tip673.htm

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