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Where Could I buy washer lines for headlights nozzle ?


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Just get th ID (inside diameter) (Cut of the stretched end off to measure original size)I wouldn't be surprised if you couldn't buy it at Oreilys or something. Maybe even home depot.

If you cant get it there, try a real hardware store like McFadden dale In CA Or theres a biggy online can't recall (a little help) (mcarsrs (?)). THe only thing is it should withstand maybe some alcohol (a martini) PK

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Exactly We can read in the PET Parts Manual this:

1 x - 1020 MM

1 x - 170 MM

1 x - 930 MM

What kind of lines is apropiate...?

Do you know a website where Could I order on-line?¿?¿

Thank you

you might try a post over on boxsterspec.com

lots of spec boxster builds going - lots of spare parts

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