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post Jan 19 2020, 05:42 PM
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WTB/ late 914 left rear caliper for core.
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[quote name='mikemandarano@gmail.com' date='Jan 19 2020, 03:42 PM' post='2779003']
WTB/ late 914 left rear caliper for core.
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How do you tell early vs late ? I have 8 rear calipers
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[quote name='PotterPorsche' date='Jan 20 2020, 09:01 AM' post='2779135']
[quote name='mikemandarano@gmail.com' date='Jan 19 2020, 03:42 PM' post='2779003']
WTB/ late 914 left rear caliper for core.
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How do you tell early vs late ? I have 8 rear calipers
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The bleeder valves. Early has 1 and late has 2.
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