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  1. xsocaltrashx
    05-11-2013 05:44 AM
    I need the rear seat, badly. lol. please tell me you still have
  2. sf1
    07-04-2012 02:02 PM
    Haven't had time to install yet, but I have to say they're in fantastic shape especially considering they're 30 years old! Did I ask you about the rear spoiler? The PO put a 944 spoiler on my 924S and it just doesn't look right.
  3. PorscheDoc
    06-22-2010 07:34 PM
    Uhhhh it's been awhile, but I believe our vendor for those was maxspeedmotorsports. IIRC his name is Nello.
  4. thirdgenbird
    05-22-2010 09:43 PM
    ah, two wont do me any good. i jsut made a deal to trade my clubsports for a roll bar. i figured if you still have them i may pick them up for a track wheelset. i may just use my cayman wheels on the track after all. after seeing them on there im not sure i could look at the car with other wheels.
  5. thirdgenbird
    05-22-2010 02:40 PM
    do you still have the slots and tires for sale?
  6. thirdgenbird
    04-10-2010 03:00 PM
    265!!! that has got to look huge...what do you have up front?? does it understeer pretty bad? that is a lot of rubber

    what fronts do you have?

    i currently have 205s all round but want to put 225s all round on my clubsport wheels (if it works)
  7. thirdgenbird
    04-09-2010 03:59 AM
    the new front end looks nice!!

    i want a pad delete too. do you have any pictures with the twist wheels?
  8. Banshee
    07-10-2009 05:13 PM
    HAHA yeah dude!! Well lets see...i would say that i consider myself to live in Chico, i mean thats where i do everything that you can think of and it is my hometown. BUT alas my techinical location of my apartment that i live in is up in Magalia...above paradise. Hey man are you currently in the Chico area or something or do you live there as well?
  9. thirdgenbird
    07-02-2009 12:39 AM
    haha, if you get then, make sure you credit me

    fyi: i had to run 7mm spacers up front to get them to clear the hub. the dust cover on our cars is to "thick" for the machined part of the wheel. you could probably machine down the cover, but the spacers push them out and they fill the fenders nicely. (i also wanted them for use with my stock dials anyway)

    i ran them in the back as well just to even it out.
  10. thirdgenbird
    07-01-2009 02:10 AM
    did some homework and if i did my math right, the rears would have stuck out too far. they may fill a 944 nicely.

    now that i think about it, i think they sold me 4 fronts with the plan to sell 4 rears to a 944 owner.

    i think its a late/early offset issue

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