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About Dish911

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  1. Not sure how bad the chips are but on mine I did a clay bar on the front of mine to remove as much contaminants as I could, touched the chips up with correct spec paint with blobs, used LANGKA Blob Eliminator and Sealer to finish, and then had a full frontal clear bra placed over the front of the car. It did cost a few pennies ($1500) but thats the car protected with a clear vinyl and I also clear coated the headlights, door edges and mirrors. My buddy did the respray, but got so nervous about spending all that money on new paint he went on to add a clear bra on the front fender and wings and
  2. I have used barrier porsche in Bellevue for a new key, total was $340 but they were polite when they robbed me..haha... No they were very nice and quoted all prices to me over the phone and confirmed they had everything in stock. When I arrived they were expecting me, I even took out a new 991 for a test drive and all was done when I returned and the car was parked out front... Seeing your coming that far north maybe worth a call... Good luck...
  3. Just for those who don't feel ambitious enough to do it yourself, my local shop quoted me $130 for the bearing and $200 to install plus tax... Not too crazy for a PCar, but my rear left has a lot of play so needs to be changed..
  4. I had a kenwood dnx9900hd system installed with a back up camera. I got it installed by my local car stereo place and they did a great job. You can now get back up cameras that provide alarms when you back up too close, like what you have on your other car but no need for sensors to be installed on the bumper the camera does it all.
  5. Call Mark at Akers on Capital Hill, he always points me the right direction... good luck
  6. Picked up these pedals off Ebay with the Porsche branding, I am sure they are not licensed as they were $90, but look good. The bolts for the clutch and brake pedals were really poor so I actually riveted the pedals with 5/23 Aluminum Rivets that way the bolts will not come loose. So far so good and nice addition to the interior. :thumbup:
  7. Here is the link to the ones I bought, they come with all the hardware, real easy install. The brand was Lloyd and the mats I got we're the ultimat. They come with 2 plastic clips that slip over the front bolts holding the seats in place and then the mats have a clipped attached they simply click in place. They even send instructions and I am very happy with the final result no more slipping mats and no more Velcro. http://www.carid.com/1999-porsche-911-series-floor-mats/lloyd-floor-mats-161195.html
  8. I upgraded to Lloyd's ultimate mats for the same reason, the new mats come with fixings that affix to the front seat bolts.... So mats never move, $80 online delivered for the front 2 and better quality. Easy install just a screw driver and 5 minutes and i was done...Well worth considering as my mats are firmly in place and like you my original mats kept slipping.
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