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    Fort Worth, Tx
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2008 Boxster RS60, 1999 Boxster
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    Another boxster?
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    Peugeot 206
  1. I second that! Just finished replacing my ignition switch / steering lock unit on my 99 boxster with the newer version after it died yesterday. Thanks to Sunset (for overnighting the part) and the step by step instructions and pictures on this thread I am now back on the road instead of waiting for a tow truck to haul my car to the local stealership! :renntech:
  2. Sean: I forgot to stress the importance of making and locating those 4 holes for the Pillips screws on each side. Use the old top as a template so that you can mark and make the holes in the EXACT location onto the new top. ... Silly question time, but do you need anything fancy to make these holes in the canvas or will a sharp point suffice? I have a spangly new Robbins top ready and waiting fitment :D but want to be confident that I have all the parts and tools I'm likely to need before I start dismantling my car :unsure: .. Paul
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