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About MDB

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    Yukon, OK
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 Porsche 911 4S
  • Future cars
    Panamera
  • Former cars
    1982 Volvo GLT
    1980 Triumph Spitfire
    1979 Pontiac Trans Am

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  1. I have a new set on my 2002 C4S as well. I replaced the same type after 8,000 miles. They work hard and are a great value. Fronts were 50% but changed all of them for a good match. Blew the rear passenger without any wheel damage due to a pretty solid sidewall. Could not find the rears anywhere but online. I will probably buy them again unless something better comes along... MDB
  2. GIN! Thanks very much Loren. I paid radio-code.com for a code that did not work and have did not heard a word from them after two weeks and four emails. We will see if they guarantee my satisfaction or not like they promise with a refund of my money for not delivering. Very frustrating. MDB
  3. Will do, after another hour.... Thanks very much.
  4. I recently replaced the battery in my 2002 C4S and the radio code that a previous owner wrote in the manual is incorrect. I have tried the codes the dealership gave me without success. Can someone give me some advice please. The radio is a CRD 220, Serial number is 25014014. Thanks very much. I hope I can help with something I know about in the future. MDB
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