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  1. Thanks, that's exactly what I would do... If the Pelican Parts kit were in stock. It has just said expected in 3+ weeks with no update on availability.
  2. Take a word of advice from someone that does these retrofits for a living: Don't try to reinvent the wheel, buy the LN kit and install it. You will be happy that you did. I do appreciate the advice. You certainly have more experience than I. However, I spent a great deal of time researching the topic on this and other forums and don't want to have yet another thread full of opinions about the IMS. Suffice it to say, I have my reasons for going to route I chose. Now, I just need to find the **** part!
  3. Yeah, very much in line with what I'm finding. The problem is that I'm not using a kit. I sourced my own bearing replacement and was planning to reuse the center bolt. Now I have no center bolt. And the only ones who will sell a center bolt will only sell it as part of an entire kit!
  4. I have a 2000 Boxster S with a dual row IMS bearing. I broke the center bolt and can't find a replacement! It doesn't seem to have a part number from Porsche and the aftermarket kits LN, Pedro, etc. will only sell the bolt as part of a complete kit. Ideas on part numbers? Sources? Thanks!
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