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I have the seats out, carpet, and center console. I also have taken out the tip tranny. I have a manual parts car. I began prepping that car for the removal of the engine and tranny, before I had to move it to storage. Basically, she sits with her wiring harness gathered neatly on top of the engine like a bow. We had to move her with a trailer, so she's together (as far as the axles and cables). It might be foolish, but it's either invest my time in the parts I already have; or dish out the cash for replacement tip parts. Doomed?
I have a 97' tip Boxster with a blown front seal and unfortunately, I broke the clutch basket on the axle while trying to remove it from the case (**** YouTube tutorials, didn't think it through). I was planning on replacing the bushing and seal with the oversized one and getting my oil pump machined so that the bushing would fit.... But now I have broken even more parts in my attempts to fix it. SO! I have a parts car that is a 98' manual Boxster. How realistic is a conversion from tip to manual? I would be doing it with the help of a few friends.
I have a 97 tiptronic non turbo boxster. I blew my front seal so I need to rebuild my tranny. I just need to know what the parts numbers are for the bushing and seal.... I cant seem to find em and want to make sure I order the right parts. I heard you can actually order a larger bearing and seal and then machine out the tranny where it goes into and in turn avoid this sort of issue for much longer.. if that helps identify what im needing here im sorry im sort of lacking in the lingo im still learning and will update with a better description once i can go over it again with the boy