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Chuck Price

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2004 GT3, 2015 GT3
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    '87 911
  1. RMS is not as big a deal as on the 996, but they have been known to go. While the trans. is out, it is easily seen, and easy to replace if there is any problem. I would also ask them to check the LSD. They are also prone to wear, and you might even get them to replace the pucks under warranty. The biggest expense with those is getting to them. Another "while you are there" option is LWF and new clutch.
  2. Yes, They are AutoArt. They are satin black. They came on my 996 GT3 when I bought it. They had been on the car for a few months. I am using my car for track work, and these are street wheels (19"). They are like new. The fronts came with a small spacer. They are sitting in my storage garage. Chuck What wheels are those? AutoArt? Fitment GT3? Color... black or grey? David
  3. Could it be these? If so I have a set that I am not using. Too bad you are so far away ;-(
  4. Do you hear a droning sound? That is what a worn bearing sounds like, and it would be heard when the rear is laterally loaded.
  5. I cannot be sure if you have the wrong pads or not by your description, but I also no longer use the sensors and have cut them and zip tied them out of the way. The light goes on when the circuit is open, BTW, so if you cut them, attach the wires to one another.
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