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appreciate the input. i actually 18's now. and totally understand about the right size, offset etc.
hi guys, have to replace my current C2 wheels after a brief interaction with a stiff corner ;) was thinking about a set of black turbo twist wheels on a red C2. don't really see these wheels in black very often on 996s. i've seen some on boxsters those that look really cool. http://www.tirerack.com/images/wheels/spor...3_bml_ci3_l.jpg was wondering what my fellow brethren thought though before making the purchase. these are the wheels that are on it now; however, the two good wheels that are left have some curb rash and scratches. http://www.classicdriver.com/upload/images...13392/img10.jpg thoughts? worth the change to the new wheel/color? thanks.
hi there, was wondering about getting some wheel spacers for my '00 996 C2...was wondering what size bolt pattern to look for and a suggested size spacer. 8mm in front and 12mm rear? looking for a the simple, slip on spacers. worthwhile upgrade?
welkers replied to welkers's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)right on. good idea. appreciate the suggestion. hopefully that'll do it.
gotcha...i didn't realize they were actually smaller in size as well. good to know. thx!
welkers posted a topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)* Note: just saw the previous thread same topic: http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=21709 hi there, was wondering how concerning my noisy clutch should be. all still feels, works as usual but can really hear acuation of the clutch as i push it in. kind of like walking on an old wood floor. i've seen a tech notice about this and the resolution could be solved by lubing up the right areas. would that pretty much into a "take it into the shop" thing? i realize this could be a much bigger issue, but was hoping to get some feedback on some common issues in this area. thanks.
my front discs will need to be changed soon and found a set of new, OEM front rotors from a 993 on craigslist. any ideas if those rotors will bolt right on to my 3.4 996?
FYI. UPDATE: Called Becker and they referred me to their web site. Fill out their form and pay $30. So called local Porsche dealer, provided VIN and they looked it up for free. In short, Loren, your code was off by 1 number. Mine is 3040 instead of 3039. Just in case that helps you or anyone else out in the future. Scott Try 3039 or 3037