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Brake Retrofit for 15" Wheel Fitment

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I can't help with recommendations besides- DO IT! I am guessing you will have a hard time finding earlier model parts that are easily adapted to the 996 since it is largely redesigned form the earlier models. The strut-spindle is likely where you will find the most problems. Luckily there is a single balljoint and single tie-rod so once you have found an appropriate spindle you are golden. If you want porsche specific parts I would look to the 1980's cars probably. Somebody more porsche-esque would have a better idea.

Another thought is that the Europeans rock the GT3 RS through the dirt all the time without what us americaners consider dirt rally tires. Just keep that in mind before you jump off the deep end!

Cheers and good luck.

(heres a pic from my collections to keep you going)

<a href="http://photo.rallybimmer.com/GalleryFilmstrip.aspx?gallery=93106&mid=3029370&mt=Photo"><img src="http://photo.rallybimmer.com/i.ashx?gallery=93106&mid=3029370&mt=Photo&standardsize=1600x1200" /></a>

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