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Restoration Of '87 928S


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I am about to embark on rebuilding a 1987 Porsche 928S. It's going to receive a fresh spray and mechanical overhaul. We've been prepping the car for paint for a few months now and it's time to pull the drivetrain but I can't seem to find any information online about how to pull the transmission/motor.

I've heard it's a relatively long process (I'm used to domestic trucks where you have huge real estate under the hood) to pull the motor and tranny. Could anyone provide me with some information (links, pdfs, howtos whatever), in return I'll take lots of pictures for your forums ;)

Thanks in advance...


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these are a different breed of animal

to pull the transaxle the rear suspension comes out first

if you don't want to do that and are still pulling the motor, loosen the trans mounts and push the trans

as far to the rear it will go, along with the torque tube. this gives the clearance to lift the motor

straight up and out. the front crossmember is welding in so you can't get that out of your way

go to www.cannell.co.uk/Manuals.htm

for more info

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