hmm...you meant the old part number? Well, I am just worried that dealers in the US will start telling you that the old part number is out of stock or don't exist. They should however have this new part number in the system.
As far as I know, every changed part number implies a slight change in the OEM components of the part. Maybe from a different supplier or maybe an improvement modification. For example, the first few SMG wheels came with the paddles, +/- signs, flat and in red colour. After changing the p/n, the paddles +/- signs now come in embossed and chromed.
Any difference from the other part # M3 wheel? Or they just change if for the hell of it.
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