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    02 boxster
  1. i bought Kumho's based on others opinions...let me just say they were crap! total crap. I have had flatspots so bad that they were unsafe to use...400 worth of labor mounting, un mounting and remounting make me really less than happy eith them..and when i called their customert service..they pissed me off so bad i am filing a small claims case against them for my labor i lost super excsta asx
  2. so it will have a higher spring rate in the rear then? it should be good in a non tip car i would think the rears are the only different part from the normal row kit
  3. the place (MS Road and Race) selling it claims it is a euro m030 kit..I havwe bought from them before, i know they are reputable, but any chance they are right?> i looked it up in Pet and it does not say USA or ROW...just boxster with tip
  4. i bought Kumho's based on others opinions...let me just say they were crap! total crap. I have had flatspots so bad that they were unsafe to use...400 worth of labor mounting, un mounting and remounting make me really less than happy eith them..and when i called their customert service..they pissed me off so bad i am filing a small claims case against them for my labor i lost
  5. is this a usa m030 or row. i know it is m030, boxster s..but which
  6. get a new roller, and just replace it, what happened is the bearing in the one on your car went..that is why it is cocked. darn simple repair. buy a new mounting bolt too so as to make sure it is not left hand thread
  7. if you can, i was gonna be swapping my graphite grey top off my 02 for a black 03 top. so i will have a complete bolt on top for sale (frame, top canvas all ready to go in great shape with a nice rear window)
  8. roof. also got an m030 boxster s front swaynar with busings and links for $50
  9. yup..whole kit and kaboodle... How did you get this deal? Any links available for the rest of us to look / get one? Thanks! car-part.com
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