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Old 09-15-2014, 11:03 AM   #601
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Paver is correct it's 444lb-ft or 600 Nm. The wheels have to be off the ground and after the first torque down you are suppose to loosen it by about 60 deg and re-torque to 444 ft-lb. there is a service bulletin posting the proper procedure early on in this thread. PCNA should be contacted and give them the VIN number of your GT3 and they will let you know if there are any recalls for your car.
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Old 04-13-2015, 12:36 AM   #602
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Originally Posted by JB911 View Post
Reading "Total 911" magazine the other day I saw an article on a shop that specializes in CL-pictures seemed to show the car on the ground as a tech handled a breaker bar-
I just went to a wheel shop here, good friend owns it, and I wanted to know if they had experience with CL service. He said yes, he's done quite a few. We discussed the procedure, I said there are specific instructions for the car to be up in the air, brakes applied to loosen them. He sort of said yes, but that at the track most guys crack them loose on the ground and it's easier than applying the brakes. Any thoughts on that?

When it's time for new tires, soon, I'm between going to the dealer and his shop-the advantage of his shop is that I can stand there and participate/supervise. Getting up to the dealer's service area is not impossible but quite a bit harder since they're busy with so many cars.

Otherwise I feel like removing the wheels myself since I already bought the torque wrench and I prefer DIY
in many cases.
Chipping calipers to me is also unacceptable-the dealer in Houston who performed the CL recall a few months ago seems to have done a flawless job, my calipers still look new-

Hey JB. Can you PM that Houston dele airship? I don't think mine has had the recall work done.
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Old 08-05-2015, 03:13 PM   #603
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It is incredible how many people DO NOT KNOW about the newer procedures and even the recall...was at a gathering last weekend and a couple owners had no idea how to remove the wheels and had no idea of any procedures or recalls....yikes...!
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Old 08-06-2015, 10:35 AM   #604
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now that's scary. Dealer responsible- can't help myself- Do they have internet ?
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