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Dave S

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  1. Hi Paul, Thanks for the advice. I bought some used 996 Carrera Sport Design II's (7.5 x 18 and 10 x 18). The rear wheels has 65 mm offsets and I just ordered 18 mm H&R spacers w/ longer wheel bolts. I hope these will fit fine without any rubbing. Regards, David
  2. Hi Paul, Thank you for the reply. Yes, they a factory originals. I've e-mailed the buyer and want to take a look a them before I purchase (if not, no deal). I believe on the inside they'll have a marking w/ the manufacturer and I think these are made by BBS. Regards, David
  3. Hello, Will 18" Turbo look 1's from a narrow body 996 fit my Boxster? Unfortunately, I don't know what the factory offsets are..... Thanks in advance, David
  4. Hi All, I'll need to take my Boxster in soon for a clutch replacement. Is there any other thing I should get work done in parallel? Thanks, Dave
  5. Thank you very much for the information. I think I'll go w/ 225's in the front and 265's in the rear. David
  6. Hi Guys, I'm thinking of replacing my Pirelli P Zero's with Michelin Pilot Sport's as well. I have stock 17" rims. I'd like to go w/ a little wider tires in front. What is the largest tire I can install? I think Graeme mentioned he's running 225/45/17. Lastly, does anybody know a good wheel alignment shop in the San Jose, CA area? Thanks, Dave
  7. Hello, My 98 Boxster did not come w/ the OBC 4th stalk. I searched the posts, but cannot find anything. Can someone tell me what part I need to order and then how to install? Thanks, David
  8. Hi Loren, Thank you very much for the instructions. All I need to do now is get the "special tool 9578". Regards, Dave
  9. Hi Loren, Sorry, the inside mirror. Thanks, Dave
  10. Hi All, I want to install the self dimming rear view mirror. Can someone send me the installation instructions? Thanks in advance, Dave
  11. All, Thanks for all the information and feedback. I didn't know that I had to drill holes to mount the Aluminum pedals. I guess I'll just replace the current rubber ones. Regards, Dave
  12. Thanks for both your replies Scott and Toolpants. Question, if I went to the aluminum ones, don't they just bolt right onto my existing rubber ones? I see them for sale, but want to be sure before I purchase. Regards, David
  13. I want to replace my cluth and brake rubber pedals on my 98' Boxster. Does anybody have part #'s? How hard is it to remove the old and replace? Thanks in advance, Dave
  14. Hello, Does anyone have any recommendations for a direct replacement upgrade on the factory door speakers? Just wondering if I can replace w/ some better ones. Thanks
  15. Hi Jeff, I'd like to change my oil and air filter during the next work on cars day. Thanks, Dave
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