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2020/03/30 13:18:13 (permalink)

Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question

Hi guys, does anyone know what colour the deviated stitching is on my 991 dashboard / door cards? The interior is Agate Grey / Pebble (see image below). I want to match the colour to a re-trimmed steering wheel. It looks like a cream colour to me?
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/30 14:43:42 (permalink)
just checked mine 
yes it’s crayon 
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/30 15:25:20 (permalink)
Crayon, I would say.
What does your vehicle factory specification say?
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/30 18:10:26 (permalink)
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Crayon, I would say.
What does your vehicle factory specification say?



Thanks Clive, sadly I don't have the vehicle factory specifications
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/30 19:58:14 (permalink)
Crayon, as Clive says - it is in both my cars, I think they have quite a lot of it... 

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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/31 14:23:37 (permalink)
Thanks for the input so far guys!
Surprisingly I have some time on my hands, so I did some more extensive google research and found a post on another forum (who knew that was a thing!). The thread helpfully tracks the interior options that were available for the (then new) 991 models and as my car is a 2012 model it must fall into one of the following options below. So I am now begining to think it is most likely Pebble Grey...
 
Deviating Stitching: When I first started this thread back in the summer of 2012, the deviating stitching colors available on a 991 were only:
-Black
-Platinum Grey
-Yachting Blue
-Luxor Beige
-Espresso
-Pebble Grey
-Carrera Red
-Agate Grey
-Guards Red
-Lime Gold
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/31 14:42:46 (permalink)
Tony,
The only one of those it could possibly be is "Pebble Grey"
If you google it, there are photos of the deviated stitching in various forums, particularly Rennlist.
I'd be surprised if you can order just the thread from Porsche, so it may be a case of matching it up as close as possible.
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/31 14:49:34 (permalink)
Clive,
 
I bought some leather seat bolster protectors from the USA and that supplier had the full range of thread colours so I don't think it would be that difficult. I am sure someone like royalsteeringwheels.com would also have the range of thread colours.
 
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/31 15:11:23 (permalink)
OK stand corrected - looks to be very similar.

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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/31 16:04:50 (permalink)
Ralph - I bow to you - you are truly a fountain of all knowledge! 
Peter - it's probably crayon but with a different name!  
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/03/31 19:03:49 (permalink)
Thanks guys, much appreciated!  Always good to get a consensus of opinion.
I guess that time, muck and UV light will have also softened the finish of the thread, making it look slightly darker.
I am going to go with Pebble Grey when I have the wheel re-trimmed... could be a while! But I will post a pic when its finally done.
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/04/05 15:04:07 (permalink)
ralphmusic
I bought some leather seat bolster protectors from the USA…

 
Heading off topic, I know. But, this piqued my interest Ralph. What are they? Got a link to the place you bought from please?
 
I've got Luxor Beige as my interior — something to protect the bolsters sounds like a fab idea.
 
Thanks!
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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/04/05 15:48:23 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby mphillips 2020/04/05 16:00:12
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ralphmusic
I bought some leather seat bolster protectors from the USA…

 
Heading off topic, I know. But, this piqued my interest Ralph. What are they? Got a link to the place you bought from please?
 
I've got Luxor Beige as my interior — something to protect the bolsters sounds like a fab idea.
 
Thanks!



These are for LWB or Full Bucket Seats and are shown in the image shown.




Follow this link for the supplier
 
https://rennlist.com/forums/gt4/957943-lwbs-protective-bolster-covers.html

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Re: Agate Grey / Pebble Interior Deviated Stitching Question 2020/04/05 16:00:41 (permalink)
Lovin' the houndstooth inserts Ralph 👍
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