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Emergency Brake Boot

Part #: 923-424-591-00-M100 (Updated)
Part #: 923-424-591-00-OEM
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Weight:  0.26 lbs.
Warranty Info:  Two Years from date of purchase
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Parts Diagrams:
Model:   911/912 (1965-1969)
Category:   Handbrake
Description:   Sleeve
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Model:   911/912 (1965-1969)
Category:   Handbrake, Hand Throttle
Description:   Sleeve
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Model:   911T/E/S Carrera RS (1970-73)
Category:   Handbrake
Description:   Sleeve
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Model:   911/911S / Carrera (1974-1977)
Category:   Handbrake
Description:   Sleeve, for, parking-brake lever ( 911/911S up Through 74)
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Model:   911/911S / Carrera (1974-1977)
Category:   Handbrake
Description:   Sleeve, for, parking-brake lever (912E)
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This part fits the following vehicles:
911/912 (1965-1969)
911/912 (1965-1969)
911T/E/S Carrera RS (1970-73)
911/911S / Carrera (1974-1977) ( 911/911S up Through 74)
911/911S / Carrera (1974-1977) (912E)
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What our customers are saying:
December 3, 2012
Better than original
This one seems to be a little more of a study rubber than original, a little different as this one has the bump outs for the nuts off the side of the hand break built in, probably a better design, hand throttle side needed to be cut out, but had the space provided to do so, just used a nice sharp razor blade.
April 7, 2011
Rubber boot a bit off
The boot is oddly distorted in shape and I wonder if it will sit properly on the brake mechanism.

Also, one of the slots is not cut. I will have to cut it and hope that I do it neatly enough. I should not have to do this.

The quality of the rubber seems good and the boot appears to have been made from the same mould as the original.
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