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Koni "Special D" rear shocks complete w/ top hats but no springs $75 SOLD!

Green "no name" springs for rear $25 (I don't know the rate, were in a V8 conversion) SOLD!

Stock rear trailing arms $65

Stock rear calipers with brand new pads $150 SOLD

Stock front calipers $75 (in good shape but need cleaned)

Front and rear shift rods w/ front under shifter joint, center u-joint, and rear connector for side shift $50 SOLD

Rear 5 lug re-drilled rotors - $30 (smooth but could use resurface)

Stock 914-4 Hubs and stubs w/ nuts and washers & rotors $40

Metal Expansion tank $20 (in good shape but will need repaint)
Filler neck $20 (in good shape but will need repaint)
Gas Tank strap assembly (Both Straps, bolt / T-nut, plastic piece) $20 SOLD!

PM me an email address for pics.

I'm in Anaheim, CA for local pick up
I will ship on your dime.
Add 3% for PayPal fees

Edit: Lower prices
PM sent
Bump for lower prices!
Do you have the top nuts and spring holders for the Koni shocks?
QUOTE(914Sixer @ Oct 23 2018, 02:57 AM) *

Do you have the top nuts and spring holders for the Koni shocks?

Yes, I have the lower perch, and the complete top hat assemble (spring hat, big washer, long nut, bushings, small washer, small nut)
Bump! If you're interested make me an offer!
The stock 914 hubs...are they the earlier hubs of consistent thickness? I understand they’re better for redrilling for five lugs? Or am I misinformed?
Could you post or PM a pic of the springs pls?

- Tony
Local buyer, Are the 5 lug redrilled rotors fronts or rears? Pic please... thanks!
@914dream - they are stock hubs, there is no advantage to the early hubs with the extra bosses for the 5 lug conversion unless you're racing the car and then you should go to the 911 hubs.

@infraredcalvin - they are rear

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Thanks, was looking for fronts.
2nd dibs on the rear springs.
PM sent re: springs

- Tony
Bump! Still cleaning up before I part out the 75'!
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