Porsche 911 Trans 915 Guide Sleeve 3rd & 4th Gear on 2040-parts.com
San Francisco, California, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:911 302 402 20
Porsche 911 factory OEM 915 Transmission Guide Sleeve Hub for 3rd & 4th Gear.
This is the later version with the larger & stronger metal.
Used on 911, 911T, 911E, 911S, 911RS, 911SC, Carrera & 930 Turbo.
Sells new for over $400.
Used from 1975 to 1986.
911 302 402 20
This is the original part used in all 915 from 1975 to 1986 and a great upgrade for all earlier 915.
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I have a large collection of Porsche 911, 912 and 930 Turbo parts for sale. I also have 901, 902, 911, 915 & 930 transmission gears & parts for sale. I have motors, engines, crankshafts, cylinders, pistons, cams, CIS fuel injection, Weber, Zenith, MFI, ECU, distributors, fans, bearings, sliders, hubs, pressure plates, flywheels, axles.
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