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Everything posted by Harness

  1. Can you be more specific as to how to dismantle them? My lights are out too and I'm coming up pretty empty on web searches.
  2. I'm trying to do the same thing currently. I have a 2004 Cayenne S (Lapis Blue on Gray). Here's what I have done so far: 1. Replaced the 18" wheels with 20" Cayenne Sport Design wheels for a sportier look. Yes, 21" would have been more authentic, but I got a hell of a deal on a used set of 20's. 2. Had the brake calipers painted red by a local mod shop, provided them with "Porsche" decal templates from Rennline for the white lettering (tip: get the largest ones they offer for both front and back, they turn out great). 3. Tinted the front windows to match how the rear ones came from th
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