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I'm hoping for a dual row, but can't be 100% sure until the trans is dropped. I just drive it like I stole it and try not to think too much about it.
Thanks! I appreciate the info.
Do you what your build date is? There's a sticker on the drivers door that specifies the date. I believe it's right upper corner if the door was turned 90 degrees. I knew someone with 3/00 with dual row bearing and mine is a 7/00 but not sure which one I have, will wait until I need to replace the clutch. Just curious, thanks!
robbieracer replied to steve20186's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)I also have 285/30/18 on the rear (Pirelli Rosso), no rubbing.
Super Sports are 300 treadwear and don't come in 285/30/18, so not a viable replacement for the Rosso. You'd have to go to PS2 for a similar tire, but they cost about $100 more per tire than the Rosso.
I just put 4 new Rosso's on my car a month ago. There are limited tires in a 285/30/18 with 200 - 220 treadwear. Since the rears go out twice as fast as the fronts, I may have a dilemma when I need to replace them if Pirelli Rosso discontinues that size.
I'd take a 996 Turbo, I already owned a S/C'd E46 M3 (440 whp), nice car but moved on; style is very dated now...
Great mod, did this while I was removing the A pillar to hardwire my radar detector. The range is very much improved. Thanks!