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Thread: FS: Holding Plate, P260, 000.721.260.00

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    FS: Holding Plate, P260, 000.721.260.00

    These plates replace the NLA part:
    P260, Used for holding 901 & 914 (NOT 915) gear shafts and selector rods when adjusting shift forks.

    Material: Aluminum, 7075-T6
    Finish: Ra 12m, Anodized, Type III (Hard)
    Weight: 584.17 grams (vs 1639.8 gms of OEM part)

    Please note that this is NOT the Porsche Master Cam Kit, P260 used in '98-'01 996 and '97-'02 Boxsters.

    The last Porsche list price before becoming NLA was $225. The price is $74.81 each.
    Shipping within the US is by USPS Priority Mail $7.20.



    Other Available Special Tools:

    Key Words: Shift Fork Jig, Shift Rod Holder, Trans Tool

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    915 Shifting Jig

    Jimmy
    Are you thinking about making the 915 shifting jig by any chance ?

    mike curnow
    Mike

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    I have thought about it but the 915 plate (P260A, 000 721 260 10) is still available from Porsche.
    The market may be diminishing since every shop has one and the population of determined DIYers is declining.

    Last edited by JimmyT; 03-20-2018 at 05:46 PM.

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    Jimmy, I'd like to order the P260 tool. How would you like to handle the transaction?

    Kevin
    Catellus Engineering, Inc.
    http://catellusengineering.com/
    catelluseng@gmail.com

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    Interested in your Ball Joint Socket and Holding Plate tools, which I gather would amount to $119.97 plus ship (together) $7.20? Can you confirm numbers along with your PayPal address.

    Thanks,
    JP
    J P
    69 911T 2.4L w' 2.2S/E cams/Webers

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    Kevin & JPM:
    E-mails sent.
    Thanks, Jimmy

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    I've received one of JimmyT's P260 tools and can share that it's a nicely made, accurate replica of the long since NLA factory original. A big THANKS to Jimmy for getting it made!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyT View Post
    I have thought about it but the 915 plate (P260A, 000 721 260 10) is still available from Porsche.
    The market may be diminishing since every shop has one and the population of determined DIYers is declining.
    Maybe... but I also think that with the surprising prices these cars are trading for, it is a lot easier today to justify the expense of a proper rebuild. Ten years ago, dropping several thousand $ to rebuild a 915 in a car that sold for $5,000, meh. Today that car could be worth $100K to $200K depending on model, etc., and $6K for a thorough rebuild of the 915 isn't so far out of line.

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    I’m interested in a P260 901 plate.
    You can email me if available:
    turbowks@bellsouth.net

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    Would like a P260 tool

    Please email instructions for payment.

    jamie@gladesag.com

    Jamie

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