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About pccbx50

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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2003 996 tturbo,pccb,x50
  • Former cars
    1983 911 SC
  1. Thanks Loren ! But what EXACTLY does "sub assembly" mean ? BTW, Thank you for your help. I've owned 911's since '85 [03 tturbo w/pccb and x50 @ present]...just trying to replace a nastily curbed rear wheel. Eddie B
  2. thanks Loren, but REALLY IS 996 363 [not 36 !!]....HELP ?
  3. I own two OEM Porsche hollow spoke wheels: 996 362 14211 with numbers under the part number: "Fr6200 N" 996 363 14203 with numbers under the part number: "Fr 5800 N" Both are BBS stamped, and both are 18 x 11 w/45 offset. I know the 996 362 14211 wheel is from a 2002-2005 tturbo porsche, AND I'VE been to the Porsche USA website [and a few parts managers], written to BBS [no response], to no avail: no one can locate the 996 362 14203 wheel ANYWHERE. Before I mix and match I wanted to try to identify this one .. * are they both the same weight ? * ANY differences between the
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