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Worn synchro rings and dog teeth

Are we able to buy the dog teeth as a separate item and if so how do you get old ring off the gear and fit new ones.Thanks.

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This instructions might help also : link

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Starter SR68X) commonly complain of starters with a severe toothache due to damaged teeth on the pinion gear. Before installing another starter, inspect the teeth on the ring gear. If they appear damaged, Porsche suggests replacing the original ring gear with a new ring gear (950 116 143 01), which is wider. The wider ring gear provides for better engagement of the pinion gear and, in turn, longer life for both the starter and ring gear.

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    www.repairclinic.com

    check this.

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    hemant somaiya Jun 16, 2008

    if does not any of this right then last option go to the authorized service centre but they may charge you heavy. normal garage person can also help u to replace the gears.

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    I think special tools needed so its better to take it to an authorized work station
    http://www.syer.net/gearbox_rebuild.htm

    Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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