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Cayenne Part # Request

Hello Gang

I am at my wits end. I am unable to identify the part number for a set of factory roof rails on my 2005 Cayenne. (The horizontal type, part number 955-044-000-72)

Specifically I am looking to replace the black rubber that runs down the middle of the roof rail. (It is "H" shaped) The photo below is "borrowed" from an Ebay Posting.



Anyone with ideas how to id this part number would be much appreciated. I suspect the documentation that came with the roof rails would have the part number . . . but of course I do not have a copy of that literature.

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You can find the part numbers on Porsche's own site for tequipment:

Transport system - Touring - Tequipment Cayenne (until model year 06) - Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Part no. 955 044 000 72


If you only need a component of that take the part number to a dealer and get them to show you the exploded view showing the parts you need and see if they can order them

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It should be #955 801 385 00. Most the OE part catalogs are on the Porsche website under Porsche Service tab. Just have to scroll through all the pages. Hope it helps

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That was it guys! $25 from our host!

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Please help me it seems like that you have a lot of information about dentists... I am currently haveing trouble choosing a dentist because they seems dishonest... each dentist I went to give me a different price and tells me different stuff... they never give me cleaning and just went straight to checking and tell me how much it would cost =( I am a student and I do not have a lot of money to get my tooth fixed. However, I am willing to spend money to fix my tooth as long as it is reasonable and not made up by dishonest dentists . For example, this current dentist give me for a treatment plan for 1500 and they said they can save my tooth... However, the next time i go there to get my teeth done, they said they can no longer save my second molar and it would cost me 250 for extraction and 850 for the bridge support thing even though i have DMO insurance . I found your post online:

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"I hope to provide information and not be a target of anti-dental wrath.

I am a dentist, have teaching (USC), military (USAF) and private practice experience.

I have noticed that some dentists who take HMOs provide the option for patients to "upsell" their treatment.

Example

IF an individual needs a crown, the HMO will allow that benefit of a silver crown for a copayment of $90. BUT if the patient decides to get an "upgrade" and get a "white" crown they will pay the difference for

porcelain fused to non precious metal crown (about $200)
porcelain fused to semi precious metal crown (about $300)
porcelain fused to precious metal crown (about $400)

These prices are an estimate as every plan is different but it is fairly representative. It is important to note that the dentist does not do any additional work for these different types of crowns, as the cost difference is in the materials and workmanship used in making the crown at the laboratory.

Also note that the HMO will NOT reimburse the difference in the usual customary fee for the crown (around $750) Meaning if a HMO patient gets a silver crown he pays $90, that is all the dentist gets, the balance of $660 DOES NOT get paid to the dentist from the HMO plan.


Another example

The ADA has for over 100 years sworn the safety of silver (also known as "mercury" fillings) A one surface silver filling may cost $100. A white composite filling may cost $150. Some dentists will NOT do silver fillings because they claim they are not safe (despite the fact the American Dental Association and Canadian Dental Association say silver filings are safe.)

It is the dentist's obligation to provide informed consent. The dentist should provide the patient with all acceptable restorative options and let the patient chose what is right for him/herself.

Unfortunately choosing a dentist is like choosing a mechanic. There are GREAT ones out there, and there are . . . well we'll just call them jerks out there.

Most dentists prefer PPO insurances.

Basically the dentist will make more money doing a PPO crown than an HMO crown. In fact, it is not uncommon for the dentist to actually LOSE money doing a HMO crown. (If the dentist spends 1 hour chair time with the patient, pays his staff, and a $75 dollar lab fee for the crown and only gets $90 for the crown, you can see that doing two of these HMO crowns could affect his bottom line.

I am not defending or explaining ANYONES behavior, just providing insight.

As a rule I make it a point NOT to know what type of insurance a patient has. I will not allow that to get in the way of providing options and choices for my patients. Most dentists are like this.

I wish you luck as you try to find a professional you are comfortable with. When in doubt get a second opinion. Too bad you are not local to Southern California, I could make some great recommendations.

Good Luck" on 01-19-2010, 09:47 PM

Therefore, I am not a regular user of this forum. If you have suggestion of which dentist to go to (although I would love to visit you for dental treatment doesn't matter how far you live), then please contact me. My email is andygreat423@gmail.com, your information would be greatly appreciated ! lastly, I wanted to say thank you for taking your time to read my post and I am looking forward to get a reply from you soon!
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