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About keoni1978

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    2002 911 Cab
  1. I have the light weight 5 spokes. Now if they do work with my car, will it have any long term negative effects?
  2. will these tequipment 911 wheel spacers will on my 2002 C2 cab? I only want to install spacers in the back. TIA 2 x 17 mm: Part no. 000 044 500 10 or should I go with aftermarket spacers like H&R??
  3. By the way, I'm about to order the lower chin spoiler for the bumper and I was wondering if there is a difference between the aero kit version vs. the GT3 bumper version?
  4. thanks Loren. By the way, if I'm just doing the bumper, do I need to remove the wheels?
  5. Just picked up a GT3 front bumper and need to know how to remove the stock unit. Its a 2002 Carrera cab. Anyone got the DIY instructions? TIA
  6. Ive seen someones wing go up around 55-60mph on 101 so I'm sure its possible
  7. After I got done washing my car today, I tried to put the top down and it started to open very slow and when it finally got to the top, instead of retracting slowly, it fell from the very top, straight into the back :eek: When I tried to close it, it took about 10 secs before it did anything!! I opened and closed it a few more times and it all went to hell :( My question is, is it just a loose spring or something serious P.S. when the top is retracting, its not even straight and it makes funny noises
  8. it is on the inside of the gas lid and I think it says 36f/-44/r cold
  9. Arthur, I would consider us about the same size (6 feet 190lbs with broad shoulders) and the sport seat fits much better around the upper body. You should go for it.
  10. you should see if you can get someone to airbrush it out
  11. After yo are done installing them side skirts, how long do you have to wait before you can drive it?
  12. Thanks Alter, got it figured out. Once you have the skirts installed, how long do you have to wait before you can drive it?
  13. i'm installing my skirts right now and I'm trying to figure out where the clip meets the skirt? I do see the hole on the skirts but do I need to drill through them in order to get the clip to fit because it is not going directly over the holes.
  14. thanks Loren!! I assume that removing the early 996 and the current 996 is same?
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