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  1. Knyte
    02-02-2017 07:19 PM
    Hello from a fellow Edmontonian. Hope your 928 is as anxious as mine for spring.
  2. Greg Nichols
    09-04-2013 12:29 AM
    I haven't ordered anything from them lately, but I think they are still operating. I suggest you be persistent with sending emails to Jeannie and you should be able to get your order resolved.
  3. the flyin' scotsman
    01-03-2012 10:31 PM
    no worries buddy..........these yanks dont get it sometimes.
  4. Tim968
    08-24-2011 11:31 PM
    Hello Brad; it's Tim968 in Calgary.Yes, left-side traffic pattern headlamps are a PITA.I had the same problem on the two Porsche 968's I brought in. 928 cars from Japan include the Porsche option M492 (version for left-hand traffic), and they have the headlamp number 92863110201 - I figure that what we want is Porsche part number 92863110103.I can't make out the equiv. Bosch decal number on my headlamp assembly, so I think we're handcuffed to Porsche parts. I scoped 5 websites, and the prices range from $US 312 in the UK, $US 349 at in the US, Euro 258.77 at, $396.50 at in Germany, and $USD 459 at I have a buddy at in the parts dept, and I'm asking him for quote. He's done me well in the past. Will keep you posted on the price.
    Best regards/Tim
  5. the flyin' scotsman
    12-21-2010 09:03 PM
    yes those are them but like you I dont want to get burned on shipping customs etc + I'll need rubber

    now if you find some in Alberta........thx Brad.

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    north american mechanic by trade
    Alberta, Canada


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