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Thread: Overhauling 1965 911 engine, screen mash question

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    Overhauling 1965 911 engine, screen mash question

    Wondering if the screen mash insidethe case of a 1965 911 is necessary. Can’t find a part number or replacment for it. I was told it may not be necessary and was thought to cut down on foaming, I am ready to put the engine back together so any help as to the need for screen mash will be appreciated.

    Thanks, Gary

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    Apr 2012
    Simi Valley Ca
    Don't think many people put them back in. May be problems with the plastic around the edge coming apart, and that's not a good thing.
    Bob B

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