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Loren and Others:

My Cab came with a damaged door panel. The dealer pulled one off another car temporarily. They've sent me the new parts and now I'm wondering if this a DIY project or do I need to take it to the dealer? Also, I'm thinking of upgrading the door handles and storage bin covers to CF or alu-look. Do you have instructions to complete this project, PDF or other? TIA.


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Am I the only one with a wife who would kill me for using a butter knife? She wouldn't be mad about the Porsche, but the improper use of her cutlery. Hehe.

OK, I got one out...finally. What the heck. Do they glue these suckers in or what? Butter knife worked and no dents to the leather airbag cover, so this is better than a regular and a mini-computer screw driver.The wire idea sounds interesting but the butter knife worked great.

Thanks Loren. It's a beautiful day, get out there and take a drive. I'm going out with the top down as soon as the wife leaves and I can resume with the butter knife swap out surgery. ;)

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