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2000 gt-3 cup rear drive shafts part numbers


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I just recieved my new half shafts and they are black when i thought they changed them to blue shafts after 2000.

Any part number info would be appriciated.

Also I heard the 2001+ Turbo half shafts are the same as the early cups?

What are the turbos ##'s

Cups if anyone has them.............. Loren?????

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I don't know when the blue axle shafts started. My model year 2003 GT3 Cup Service book says the blue ones are 996.332.024.92.

MMMM.... the numbers on the the ones i just recieved today are 996-332-024-90

I don't know when the blue axle shafts started. My model year 2003 GT3 Cup Service book says the blue ones are 996.332.024.92.

MMMM.... the numbers on the the ones i just recieved today are 996-332-024-90

Do you have any info on the 996-332-024-90

What are the turbo ##'s

ERIC

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Are you sure the part number is not 996.332.024.9B?

The 9B was used on the MY03 GT3 RS (full race cars).

Again, sorry I don't have older cup car info.

no it is 90 I will have to check it out.

The origional shafts are green on the ends the replacements are all blackand have heard the replacements are blue... the 2000 shafts are black which should not be available....

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I just recieved my new half shafts and they are black when i thought they changed them to blue shafts after 2000.

Any part number info would be appriciated.

Also I heard the 2001+ Turbo half shafts are the same as the early cups?

What are the turbos ##'s

Cups if anyone has them.............. Loren?????

I have the 2000 GT3R Parts and Technical Manuals.

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