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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 wonder if anyone reads these.... I am hopeful. :) I have a 2008 Cayenne GTS with an awesome manual transmission. I can not find much of anything on when to replace the transmission fluid... nor how to replace the fluid. I am quite familiar with the automatic transmission fluid change (in my previous CTTS), there is next to no documentation on the manual GTS. I have searched google and the forums for some answer or clue.... nadda. So any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm in the process of replacing the clutch on a '99 artic silver 5 sp. (2.5L); the front main bearing of the transmission is destroyed and needs to be replaced. I have the new bearing - what's the best way to remove the old bearing? Anyone addressed this issue? Suncoast is telling me the bearing is accessable from the front - I've already pulled the snap ring out. Use a hammer type bearing puller? Thanks in advance, Phil