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P\N 996 362 020 01 Collapsible spare wheel??


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A few months ago someone posted in great detail about putting a spare in the 997. The part # was 996 362 020 03. Will the wheel with the 01 suffix at the end also work. I'd like to have it for my 05 Boxster and have found one locally. Thanks . Jim

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The emergency wheel for the 987 is option code 447 and has the same (03) part number. The emergency wheel also needs a compressor to inflate the tire. I doubt Porsche would have created a new part if the old one could be used. The 01 emergency wheel was used in the early model C4 and early C4S. You would have to test it to see if it would fit - both in the trunk and wheel offset. As of MY04 the C4S also uses the 03 wheel.

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The emergency wheel for the 987 is option code 447 and has the same (03) part number. The emergency wheel also needs a compressor to inflate the tire. I doubt Porsche would have created a new part if the old one could be used. The 01 emergency wheel was used in the early model C4 and early C4S. You would have to test it to see if it would fit - both in the trunk and wheel offset. As of MY04 the C4S also uses the 03 wheel.

Option code 447??? Is a spare now an available option for 06? I asked my salesman here in Canada a few weeks ago if there was a spare tire option for 06 and he said no. Can you give more info on this option 447? Is this a Boxster option? How much $$$ for this option? Thanks for your insight. Jim

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i believe the spare tire option is only available in those countries that require a spare

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The emergency wheel for the 987 is option code 447 and has the same (03) part number. The emergency wheel also needs a compressor to inflate the tire. I doubt Porsche would have created a new part if the old one could be used. The 01 emergency wheel was used in the early model C4 and early C4S. You would have to test it to see if it would fit - both in the trunk and wheel offset. As of MY04 the C4S also uses the 03 wheel.

Option code 447??? Is a spare now an available option for 06? I asked my salesman here in Canada a few weeks ago if there was a spare tire option for 06 and he said no. Can you give more info on this option 447? Is this a Boxster option? How much $$$ for this option? Thanks for your insight. Jim

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The emergency wheel for the 987 is option code 447 and has the same (03) part number. The emergency wheel also needs a compressor to inflate the tire. I doubt Porsche would have created a new part if the old one could be used. The 01 emergency wheel was used in the early model C4 and early C4S. You would have to test it to see if it would fit - both in the trunk and wheel offset. As of MY04 the C4S also uses the 03 wheel.

Option code 447??? Is a spare now an available option for 06? I asked my salesman here in Canada a few weeks ago if there was a spare tire option for 06 and he said no. Can you give more info on this option 447? Is this a Boxster option? How much $$$ for this option? Thanks for your insight. Jim

The option does not show in the price guide but DOES show in the Porsche (US/Canada) parts list. Both the 997 and 987 show this option which includes:

the emergency wheel, a retaining belt, a boot (to cover the wheel) and a compressor to pump the tire up. I do not know the price for the option - the wheel alone is about $600 US.

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The emergency wheel for the 987 is option code 447 and has the same (03) part number. The emergency wheel also needs a compressor to inflate the tire. I doubt Porsche would have created a new part if the old one could be used. The 01 emergency wheel was used in the early model C4 and early C4S. You would have to test it to see if it would fit - both in the trunk and wheel offset. As of MY04 the C4S also uses the 03 wheel.

Option code 447??? Is a spare now an available option for 06? I asked my salesman here in Canada a few weeks ago if there was a spare tire option for 06 and he said no. Can you give more info on this option 447? Is this a Boxster option? How much $$$ for this option? Thanks for your insight. Jim

The option does not show in the price guide but DOES show in the Porsche (US/Canada) parts list. Both the 997 and 987 show this option which includes:

the emergency wheel, a retaining belt, a boot (to cover the wheel) and a compressor to pump the tire up. I do not know the price for the option - the wheel alone is about $600 US.

Thanks for all your help Loren. Much appreciated. Jim

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