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  1. BigBearJoe
    02-17-2018 06:43 AM
    Was doing some more Google searching for rock rails for my 2005 Cayenne Turbo and came across your installation thread. You mentioned possibly working up a design that could be more easily fabricated rather than going with the overly expensive factory option. Ever make any headway with that project? Just about every time I take my Cayenne off road I put fresh scratches on it. It's only a matter of time before I get even stupider and dent something.

    Also, I see from your signature that you're selling your 2004. Good luck. Hope it goes to a good and deserving home.
  2. knfeparty
    12-13-2017 10:15 AM
    The AGA tool is amazing; I absolutely recommend it. I would not attempt the job without it. Please search on the 996 board; I'm fairly sure it is still floating around with one Rennlister or another, available for rent.
  3. vollgasjohnny
    12-12-2017 03:43 PM
    Ok. Thanks! Did it work fine, would you buy it again?

    thx,
    martin
  4. vollgasjohnny
    12-12-2017 09:44 AM
    Hi!

    Is the AGA Tranny tool still available? I would be interested...

    Thanks,
    Martin
  5. maor
    07-18-2013 10:21 PM
    Did replacing those control arms sort out the knocking you had 2 weeks ago?
  6. mikewdickinson
    07-22-2012 12:35 PM
    William
    The wheels are stock my2004 5 spoke, used for track days. They are in good condition with a few scratches from transport. I will send photos when I figure out how to use this Ipad.I have a set of pilot cup sport tires. but the rears are shot (too little neg camber)
  7. csmarx
    01-08-2012 11:58 AM
    Hit knfeparty, I'm having exactly the same issue you had about a year ago with the seat belt bolt rubbing against the carpet on the center tunnel. I'm trying to figure out if the hole on the seatbelt receptacle is so small it fits only on the bolt, or is the hole on yours bigger and fits over the stud the bolt screws into?

    I'm reusing the receptacle from electric seat onto the race seats, and the hole on my receptacle fits only over the bolt, so the bolt can't be tightened all the way in against the stud. Instead the receptacle is spacing the bolt away from the stud.

    In the photo you posted of your disassembled parts, looks like your receptacle has the bigger hole to fit over the stud not just the bolt, but it's hard to tell from the photo.

    Thanks for any help you can offer!

    My email is [email protected]

    Regards,
    -Christian

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  • About knfeparty
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    LTJG, USN
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    Jacksonville, FL Duval County
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    Sand White 2011 Cayenne Turbo PDCC,PTV+, PCCB "SEA BEEF 2.0"
    GT Silver 2004 911 40th Anniversary #0396
    Silverstone 2000 BMW M5
    Past: E Stock built Alpine White on Blue 1989 944 NA. Sold to JohnTorg 3/2010.
    Titanium Silver 2004 Cayenne Turbo Jeep Slayer "SEA BEEF" sold 3/2018

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