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Thank You for the help on this Loren. Our customer did use them on his car that was squeeling very badly and the squeel went away. They had tried 3 different sets of standard pads, new rotors, and dampners and these pads were the fix.
We have a customer asking if it is possible to put a 996 3 spoke steering wheel on his 94' Turbo S flat nose car. Of course Porsche won't give us any info as to if the steering column splines are different or if the hubs are different sizes. Has anyone tried this conversion yet?
Has anybody tried to put the new 10' TT PDK paddle shift steering wheel in a 09' Non TT PDK car? Porsche has no info from Germany as to whether this will work or not. Our customer doesn't want to spend the money to be the trial and error man.