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> FS: NOS Transmission Stretch Bolts $24 each shipped, 901 332.275.11 NLA
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post Aug 10 2017, 11:15 AM
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No longer available transmission stretch bolts. 901 332 275 11 $24 each shipped Bolts are NOT correct for 914 trans. Bolts were miss labeled when sold to me. However the correct bolt number is 901 332 275 12 and they are NLA too.

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post Aug 10 2017, 11:40 AM
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I'll take a pair, PM sent
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post Aug 10 2017, 12:22 PM
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Mark, I'd like a pair. Do you only have the three bolts as shown?


... and, does the part # have a suffix # ( I need 901.332.275.12 *11 (for a '66 912 Lobro flange)
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Yes, I only have 3 total.
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Yes, I only have 3 total.
OK. Thanks anyway
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I'll take 1.
901 332 275 12
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I called a vendor today and found there's several *# suffixes for different models and transmissions. Apparently I'll need *11 suffix for my '66 912 when converting from Nadella shafts to Lobro shafts.
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So if they are not correct for a 914 trans. (assuming you mean a 901 sideshifter), do you know what they fit?
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