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2019/11/30 00:46:13 (permalink)

Wheel nuts.

Need a couple, anyone know what Porsche charge for a wheel nut these days? 

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    geoff Ives
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/11/30 12:19:46 (permalink)
    Try Porscheshop. They keep them and their prices are fair. Phone number 0121 585 6088 or Google 'Porscheshop'
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/11/30 12:42:31 (permalink)
    Thanks, price is fair but postage a bit salty.
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/11/30 14:06:17 (permalink)
    Are they like this?
    https://www.porscheshop.co.uk/wheel-nuts-alloy-black-all-98.html
     
    I have some spare used ones off the 928 if you don't need brand new shiny ones.

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/11/30 17:26:24 (permalink)
    Think genuine ones are
     
    999.182.003.36        20@ £9.77 each
     
    Less your PCGB discount

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/11/30 21:52:19 (permalink)
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    Are they like this?
    https://www.porscheshop.co.uk/wheel-nuts-alloy-black-all-98.html
     
    I have some spare used ones off the 928 if you don't need brand new shiny ones.




    They are 19mm, had to knock on an 18mm socket to get one of them off though 
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/11/30 21:56:25 (permalink)
    Waylander
    Think genuine ones are
     
    999.182.003.36        20@ £9.77 each
     
    Less your PCGB discount




    Discount . Wonder if the Porscheshop ones are any good?
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/11/30 23:01:43 (permalink)
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    Are they like this?
    https://www.porscheshop.co.uk/wheel-nuts-alloy-black-all-98.html
     
    I have some spare used ones off the 928 if you don't need brand new shiny ones.




    They are 19mm, had to knock on an 18mm socket to get one of them off though 


    Mine are 19mm.  Happy to send you a couple of used ones if you want them.

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/01 10:46:50 (permalink)
    Thank you for the offer, it seems if the coating has worn off  though, they're  going to turn to dust? 
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/01 15:13:00 (permalink)
    The alloy goes all mushy and fibre like,
     
    I have a box full of knackered ones

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/01 20:22:41 (permalink)
    Used to be two quid each ! So much for Porschef looking after the classics, only if you pay ! Pork chop buy them from OPC and mark them up.
    I have a few used ones if you want them, just cover postage ?
    You can buy Motorsport steel ones as an alternative.
     

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/02 07:45:44 (permalink)
    Pretty sure the ones on that site are aftermarket versions, certainly wont be genuine Porsche at that price.

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/02 09:45:28 (permalink)
    Pretty sure Porsche won't have made them...Get the point about quality though.
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/02 09:48:48 (permalink)
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    The alloy goes all mushy and fibre like,
     
    I have a box full of knackered ones


    If you get a puncture while out, and one rounds off that would be inconvenient. 
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/02 20:35:26 (permalink)
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    The alloy goes all mushy and fibre like,
     
    I have a box full of knackered ones


    If you get a puncture while out, and one rounds off that would be inconvenient. 


    it sure would that's why they are all nice and new on the car, the ones in the box are the knackered ones,
    there are some cheaper ones on the bay of fleas but I'm not sure the radius is correct on them
     

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/03 13:28:06 (permalink)
    I bought a set of 20 black alloy ones from Type911 a few years ago for around £50 and they are fine. I swap my wheels round over winter and take them off/on several times a year - no problems.

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/03 17:34:39 (permalink)
     I've used a 6 point socket for quite a while.
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/05 13:00:35 (permalink)

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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/05 18:56:08 (permalink)
    Thank you.
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    Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/05 21:19:56 (permalink)
    I use a "soft socket" on mine.

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