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About IMGT3

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  • Birthday 11/01/1953

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    85' Carrara Coupe
  1. Jack Point Jack Stands has a new product that addresses this issue nicely... it's not for everyone but it works very well for the Boxster.
  2. Yeah, agree with the PS2 A/S suggestions. For some reason I don't think you will get 45k out of rear tires on your 911 . Maybe this is the perfect way to get new tires every 2 years. Tires don't make the stated warranty,time for a new set for free (of course I am sure the auto x and track use would show) but for a guy on DD tires, why not give it a shot.
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