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PORSCHE CLUTCH HARDWARE FOR 'ALL YEARS AND MODELS'

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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Link Pin, Weltmeister®, 1970-1971 Part # P901744
Weltmeister®   Don't risk being stranded by the weak plastic clutch. Our version wont fail. 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum and the design make this a bullet-proof solution. It's ears are built in so its impossible for them to snap off. Make this a standard part of any clutch or transmission repair. Simple and quick installation. Shifts getting sloppy? Original mild steel clutch pins wear prematurely, leading to grinding gears and pricey damage. Cure the problem with our improved chrome-moly clutch fork ball pin. Learn More
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Porsche® 911/912/914 Transmission, Clutch, Accelerator Linkage Bushing, 1965-1998 Part # P910240
Replace Your Pins And Bushing Clevis When Installing A New Clutch Cable   The throttle linkage takes a lot of abuse, especially for 911 owners. Make sure that yours is in tip-top condition by replacing the small parts that have a tendency to wear out over the years. One of the main causes of a sticking throttle is worn bushings or even a worn ball either on the pull rod or the shaft lever. Learn More
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Porsche® 914 Transmission, Clutch, Shift Rod Ball Bushing, 1970-1972 Part # P908027
Best Quality Replacement Rod Ball Bushing For Porsche® Replaces Genuine Part Exactly 2 Required Per Car Sold Each   You don't need to buy a complete bushing kit for you car, bushings sold seperately. Learn More
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Porsche® 911/912/914 Transmission, Clutch, Release Bearing Guide Bushing, 1965-1976 Part # P903271
Quality OE Part 2 Required Per Car   Worn guide bushings can result in improper clutch releasing action. Always check guide bushings for wear whenever doing a clutch job. Learn More
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Porsche® 914 Transmission, Clutch, Shift Rod Bushing, Rear, 1973-1976 Part # P901756
  You don't need to purchase an entire bushing kit for your car? Learn More
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Porsche® 911/912/914 Transmission, Clutch, Release Arm Bushing, 1965-1976 Part # P903270
Worn guide bushings can result in improper clutch releasing action. Always check guide bushings for wear whenever doing a clutch job. Learn More
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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Cable Support, 1977-1986 Part # P915643
Have you been to your Porsche® dealer lately attempting to source this original piece under part number 915.116.613.01?  Well then we're sure you were told it is no longer available.  Well we have a solution to your frustrating situation.   With this replacement clutch cable support. Learn More
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Porsche® 911 Accelerator Rod Support Bushing, 1970-1989 Part # 65-10212
High Quality Replacement For Standard Transmission 3 Required Replace your gas pedal support bushing with this high quality reproduction part by Automotion. Learn More
$8.99 ea.

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Porsche® 911/912 Transmission, Clutch, Cable Connector, 1965-1969 Part # P901737
Genuine Porsche® Part   Clutch cable connector, white plastic   Learn More
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Porsche® 911/912/914 Transmission, Clutch, Fork Retaining Plate, 1965-1976 Part # P903272
Genuine Porsche® Part   Check to see if this retaining piece is cracked or not. It is used to hold the throw-out bearing arm on the pivot point. If it's cracked, your throw-out arm may become loose or even fall out later on. This would be a really bad event, forcing you to remove the transmission to replace this inexpensive piece. Learn More
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Porsche® 911/912 Transmission, Clutch, Cable Sleeve, 1965-1969 Part # P910345
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. You should always check your clutch cable. Often, the clutch cable, or pedal cluster adds to the poor feel of the clutch. If replacing your clutch, we recommend that you replace your cable, while you have good access to the area Learn More
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Porsche® 911/912/914 Transmission, Clutch, Pedal Spring, 1965-1977 Part # P903150
Genuine Porsche® Part Stock Replacement   The brake and clutch pedal return springs often break due to wear over 25+ years. It's highly recommended that you replace them if you are rebuilding your pedal cluster. Learn More
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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Shaft Return Spring, 1978-1986 Part # P901739
Is your clutch pedal hard to depress, the problem is probably a broken clutch shaft return/helper spring. Its all too common for this spring, located on the clutch arm at the transmission, to break and make your clutch pedal stiff. Our new spring will solve the problem. Learn More
$85.99 ea.

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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Release Fork Kit, 1987-1998 Part # P911066
G50 Transmission Sticking Or Erratic Clutch Pedal? Prevent PriceyTransmission Failures   Is your clutch pedal sticking or erratic? These cars had weak needle bearings on the clutch release shaft. Your clutchs erratic and stiff clutch operation will be followed by total failure. Now you can fix your transmission with our economy kit, which includes new solid friction bearings, a new shaft, and instructions. Update your 1987-89 911 transmissions with this inexpensive Fix-It-Kit. Our all-inclusive kit does away with all of the poorly designed parts and simply and effectively fixes the problem. Transmission removal is necessary, but there is no machining or expensive tools required. Learn More
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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Shaft Return Spring, 1978-1988 Part # P901742
Is your clutch pedal hard to depress, the problem is probably a broken clutch shaft return/helper spring. Its all too common for this spring, located on the clutch arm at the transmission, to break and make your clutch pedal stiff. Our new spring will solve the problem. Learn More
$159.99 ea.

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Porsche® 356 Transmission, Clutch, Cable Sleeve, 1960-1965 Part # P912444
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
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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Release Lever, 1972-1975 Part # P915801
Our clutch release lever for the 1972-74 911 is an exact reproduction of the factory piece now discontinued by Porsche®. This is also a great update for the 1975 911 which the clutch release lever ran the cable at a 90 degree angle. This poor design lasted only for the 1975 model year and causes rapid premature clutch cable failure. Learn More
$139.99 ea.

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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Shaft Return Spring, 1974-1977 Part # P901741
Is your clutch pedal hard to depress, the problem is probably a broken clutch shaft return/helper spring. Its all too common for this spring, located on the clutch arm at the transmission, to break and make your clutch pedal stiff. Our new spring will solve the problem. Learn More
$99.99 ea.

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Porsche 911/912/914 Clutch Cable Bushing, 1965-1988 Part # 65-10948
Quality Reproduction Part Replaces Porsche Part Number 901.423.343.00 Learn More
$2.99 ea.

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Porsche® 930 Turbo Transmission, Clutch, Release Fork, 1976-1989 Part # P913698
Genuine Porsche® Part   It's common to replace your clutch release fork if it shows signs of wear, or of cracking under stress. Even the best looking release forks may often fail. If your clutch has had a very 'heavy' feel to it prior to performing your clutch job, then you might have placed a lot of force on the clutch release fork, which has a tendency to weaken it. Learn More
$179.99 ea.

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