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Might need tool kit for 996 - is it same as Boxster one?

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Hi all - this is my first post here. I'm posting from New Zealand.

I'm looking seriously at the purchase of a 1998 C2 - one of the things which came up in the pre-purchase inspection is that the toolkit is missing from the car - the one with a few basic tools and a towhook.

If I can get a toolkit secondhand from a dismantler in New Zealand or online through Ebay etc, I'm wondering if the toolkit is the same for the 996 and the Boxster? It looks the same from the photos I've seen, but I'm new to Porsches and I'm just not sure.

Thanks in advance for any answers.

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Yes, they are the same.

The part number (for the complete kit is: 996-721-115-00.

That includes:

996 721 115 00 tool bag with contents comprising:

- 996 721 415 00 tool bag without content

- 996 361 521 00 boot for tyre

- 999 914 001 40 plastic gloves

- 996 721 151 00 towing lug

- 477 012 229 double-end spanner 10 X 13

- 477 012 231 screwdriver 1

- 111 012 287 handle for screwdriver

- 999 571 076 02 socket wrench 5 mm for headlamp

- 999 571 074 30 threaded bolt for assembly wheels

- 477 012 221 A rim wrench

- 999 571 070 30 operating rod for rim wrench

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