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Everything posted by captaink2

  1. Wish i had seen this post earlier.....i did end up buying the springs from the local Porsche dealer and it did cost a ridiculous amount. I also agree with your comment about the dental mirror....it was a real pain to make sure the went in properly. Appreciate the advice, my pride and joy is road worthy once again!
  2. You are spot on, they are hanging a little. Cant wait to contact Porsche in the morning after the easter weekend and get hold of a pair. Thanks very much for the help.
  3. Hi All, It was all going so well, i was on my way to replacing brake pads and discs on all four wheels....As soon as i got to the rear set i missed the step which tweaks the adjustment fixture behind the disc to release for easy removal of the disc. Instead i forced the issue and now the two retainer springs (one on each brake shoe) are loose and not holding the shoes in place with enough force. Im assuming i can simply replace these and readjust the parking brake after? Is there anything else that could have been affected....how would i test that? Any comments much appreciated. Tha
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