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robgusto 06-28-2006 02:05 PM

lug nuts question and a couple other ones
Hi I'm new here. Some good info just reading some posts. I just have a couple questions.

I have a 2001 Boxster S and I don't have a tool kit is that an option or is it hidden somewhere?

Also where is the tire jack?

If I take off one lug nut and replace the same lug nut do I have to use the jack?

Finally does anybody know a good place to get repacement center caps, lug nuts and stem caps?


kabel 06-28-2006 02:31 PM

Jack and tools should be behind the spare tire...

boxsterx 06-28-2006 06:52 PM

if your really missing your tool kit, like i did, just get them on ebay...much cheaper than buying them from porsche. I got mine for around $90 for the complete kit. Hope this helps.

Norminhouston 06-28-2006 06:54 PM

Replacing one lug nut without jacking the car should not be a problem.

robgusto 06-29-2006 08:38 AM

thank you
thanks, I did find the tool kit and jack behind the tire. I think I will replace the rusted lug nuts/bolts when I get new tires. Thanks again for your help.

EPIQTodd 06-29-2006 08:44 AM


The place you take to replace your tires won't have Porsche lug nuts, as they are unique to Porsches (read: more expensive). Actually, they are remarkably durable bolts, as they withstand 96 ft/lbs of torque with a length of only 45mm. You can get the replacement OEM ones here - http://www.epiqautosport.com/mode/products/prid/106/1137 - or pick up some chrome versions as well. Alternatively, you can just clean and paint your existing ones...

denverpete 06-30-2006 08:41 AM

Buy an owner's manual off of Ebay if you can. It's actually pretty helpful in getting to know your car...

robgusto 06-30-2006 01:31 PM

I think I will paint my lug bolts. Can anyone recommend a durable paint that will withstand the pressures of a lug wrench?

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