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Eckler’s Automotion is your one-stop shop for your 1962 Porsche. 1962 was defined by the Porsche 356 model. The four-cam Carrera motor was available in GS Speedster, Cabriolet, and coupe models. The 365B had an upgrade for the Super 90 engine as well as the body style. The production of Porsches was a cabriolet body with a steel fixed hardtop. In addition to carrying 1962 Porsche parts, we have parts available for all Porsche models. We have all the parts and accessories you need to help restore your 1962 Porsche, at the best prices! Trust Eckler’s for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your truck, racer, show car, street rod, or daily driver.
Made Of Polyurethane Up-Grade over Stock Bushings (Perfect For Race / Street Applications) The elusive cause of sloppy shifting is often a worn set of shift coupler bushings. It takes only a few minutes to replace old worn bushings with our bulletproof polyurethane bushings and restore precision shifting. Note: At the same time, check the condition of your shift coupler boots and shift coupler cone screw. Learn More
Your Porsche® missing its brake or clutch pad or your original is frayed and worn. Now's the time to change that old worn unit with a high quality replacement from Automotion®. This pad is made to original Porsche® specifications using modern manufacturing techniques with the highest quality materials which make such a difference you can feel it. Replacing a worn or missing pad with a new unit is not only a good cosmetic choice, but a critical safety item for a proper shoe to pad contact point. Automotion® knows there is no substitution for quality when it comes to safety. Learn More
Replace Your Pins And Bushing Clevis When Installing A New Clutch Cable Pins wear out and the clevis can break rendering your clutch totally useless. When replacing the clevis, we also advise installing a new pin clip. Learn More
Replace Your Pins And Bushing Clevis When Installing A New Clutch Cable Pins wear out and clevis can break rendering your clutch totally useless. When replacing the clevis, we also advise installing a new pin clip. Learn More
741 Transmission 6/8mm Ends 1905mm Length Replace that worn cable with a brand new one and stop worrying about cable failure. Clutch and speedometer cables break down and fail after many years of use. Carry a spare with you for those inconvenient times when the cable breaks! Learn More
This bearing acts as a guide for the drive shaft of the transmission. On the early cars, the flywheel pilot bearing needs to be carefullu pressed into the flywheel. Beginning in 1980 Porsche® installed a new type of pilot bearing that included a thick metal housing around the outside. This pilot bearing is mounted directly to the crankshaft. Every complete clutch job should include a replacement of this flywheel bearing. Pilot bearing failure can lead to significant damage to the transmission input shaft. Learn More
Best Quality Replacement Inner Shift Rod Coupler Boot For Porsche® Weltmeister® Quality Replaces Genuine Part Exactly Spun Molded, High Durometer Black Rubber This Inner Shift Rod Coupler Boot Bolts To The Body Learn More
When replacing your flywheel, it's a good idea to replace the gland nut and lock washer. Also, if you are re-using an original flywheel, it's a good idea to have it surfaced at a machine shop, to assure the new clutch seats properly. Learn More
Cure That Sticking Clutch Pedal Have a hanging clutch pedal? It could be a worn guide tube. And that could lead to premature clutch cable breakage. Why risk it when a new tube is inexpensive and only a one-hour installation. Learn More
4 each Required The Cure for Hard Shifting The synchro rings are friction rings that spin up the transmission to match the drivetrain prior to shifting. This allows the gears to mesh without grinding. As soon as the synchro rings begin to wear, then the gears start to mesh at different speeds, resulting in gear grinding. Synchro rings should be replaced as soon as gears begin to grind. Failure to do so will result in damage to the sliders and the synchro hubs which are much, much more expensive to replace. Don't get worn out stressing about crunching gears - replace your synchros. Learn More
180mm Warped flywheels are a frequent cause of clutch chatter. You'll get smoother clutch action and greater peace of mind with a new flywheel. Note: When replacing your flywheel, it's a good idea to replace the gland nut and lock washer. Learn More