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Thread: WTB: 1968 rear caliper piston. Or help

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    WTB: 1968 rear caliper piston. Or help

    Iím in search of one 68 rear caliper piston. It measures 35mm and has the that little step on the rim.
    I canít seem to find one.
    Or if anyone knows of another piston that will work.

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Wilmington, DE
    Did you try PMB performance?
    A part isn't purchased until paid.

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    Yes. I don’t see any on their website.

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
    Castro Valley, Ca.
    84102 purchased in '85 FINALLY started driving it (2/2015)
    '73 911T original paint sunroof coupe waiting in the wings
    3 gauge Holbert 912... now for something completely different
    1940 Mercury town sedan

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    Well that’s closer for sure. Not sure I couldn’t find these. Guess they need to work on that.
    Still don’t see the removable little piston thing that sits inside the back

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    Same as 356C

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