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Thread: WTB: Trip odometer knob for 73 911E

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    WTB: Trip odometer knob for 73 911E

    Does anyone know a source for a correct knob? I found this, but a) I'm unsure if it shouldn't be black and 2) paying $60 seemed silly (mostly shipping from the UK).

    https://www.parts-wise.com/90174119122/p140591/

    Thanks!
    Michael Branning
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    Yep, black anodise it
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    and its not even the correct material...if you can`t find one in the US let me know.

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    I recently lost one of these for one of my cars and bought a used replacement from another member for $35 before (of course) immediately finding the one I lost. If you're still in need, shoot me a PM.
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    Good morning,

    I can help you with a correct original one. Euro 20.- plus shipping (should be quite cheap from Switzerland to Austria) ok for you?

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike66 View Post
    Good morning,

    I can help you with a correct original one. Euro 20.- plus shipping (should be quite cheap from Switzerland to Austria) ok for you?

    Cheers,
    Mike
    I ts not me who needs one... south carolina is in need

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    Sorry, looks like I'm a bit coronafused...
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    Thank you everyone for the offers of help. I’m embarrassed...I didn’t check the thread and see them until just now. I need to study how the forum notifications work...wont’ happen again. A local surgeon friend made one for me on his lathe, here it is installed.

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    That's one handy dandy surgeon buddy you have there Michael. Nice job he did :-)
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