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911 Tool Kit (1983-89)

    911 Tool Kit (1983-89)

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    $439.95
    MSRP: $516.13           You save 14.76%
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    The Porsche Classic Tool Bag 911 G (1983 - 1989), including 930 Turbo.


    Porsche Classic has reissued this tool bag with a spectacular look in the style of the late 80s. And while the original had only artificial leather, the tool bag today consists of black genuine leather and pinstripe fabric. The design of the fabric is inspired by a typical seat cover of this era. After developing tool bags for the Porsche 356 and the 911 F model in the first step, the tool bag for the following models of the 911 is now also part of the product range. Because especially these vehicles have some special features, such as the towing eye, which is designed as a bayonet hook with a separate quick guide in the form of the original trailer with simplex hook. Of course, in this new bag all tools have fixed slots. The screwdriver handles are made of yellow plastic as in the past, but now have a Porsche logo. To make handling easier, Porsche Classic replaced the original spark plug tool with a more practical ratchet with a special spark plug wrench.



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    I wouldn't get this kit again
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    Archer911
    Location: Rhode Island
    Date: July 21, 2019
    So the issue with this kit is one of quality control. The first item I removed from the kit was the ratchet. Trying to flick the lever that changes the ratchet direction was nearly impossible. I expect it may jam completely if any force is used-like actually using it to remove a bolt. The tools have a cheap feel. My Craftsman tools seem better made. The thin plastic handles on the screwdrivers won't offer much grip. I could go on..
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