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    A few other details. The decals and seat rail supports.
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    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E Restoration in Progress

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    Nice Tom. Are those flat washers or spring washers on the seat rails.? Doing the same job myself tomorrow.

    Dave
    beltwerks will attend the LA lit meet.
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    Dave

    I used flat washers. The low mileage '70S photos, as well as other photos I looked at, seemed to shown flat washers. The PET however spells out a lock ring.
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    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E Restoration in Progress

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    Good homework Tom. Flat washers it is then.

    Dave
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    There's a close tolerance small OD lock washer that is hard to see in the picture . They are used on all the allen head bolts . I've gotten them from McMaster Carr .

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    My '70 Targa project also had small lock washers under every allen head bolt. Based on the rust and other crud on the bolts, I don't think they had been previously removed, but can't confirm it's original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richy View Post
    There's a close tolerance small OD lock washer that is hard to see in the picture . They are used on all the allen head bolts . I've gotten them from McMaster Carr .
    The part number is 91190A540.
    Steve C.
    CPR Classic Restoration
    Fallbrook, CA

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    Got it. Thanks for the tip.
    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E Restoration in Progress

  9. #99
    Tom
    Missed your 8/14 post till this morning ....mounting of front bumper, trim housings etc.
    Fantastic fit. Great work.
    Also having similar issues with the rears, am still mounting the donated rear 1/4 panels , bumpers ,guards and light housing.
    I am mocking up all details before welding the 1/4 panels as there is some minor adjustment I can do at this stage.

    DS seems to be dialing in just fine but PS bumper is more challenging.

    Keep up the great work !
    Frank
    73.5 Snrf T
    71 Snrf T
    70S targa
    76 914 2.0
    82 Targa,
    85 Alfa GTV6
    60 Lancia Appia Zagato GTE
    Searching for transmission 7115322 (911/01)

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    Tom
    Am sure you worked them but I had good luck with the fit and the rubber trim by adjusting tension on the Rear of bumper and J tube bolted connection ....as well as the clamp type between the fender edge and the bumper as they clamp together via the bolt connection.

    That is a very tricky detail to get right .
    Good luck and keep us posted

    Frank
    73.5 Snrf T
    71 Snrf T
    70S targa
    76 914 2.0
    82 Targa,
    85 Alfa GTV6
    60 Lancia Appia Zagato GTE
    Searching for transmission 7115322 (911/01)

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