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Joseph Caruso

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  • Present cars
    2004 996 TURBO
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    2001 TURBO
  1. Help!!!! I have a 2004 Cayenne Turbo with 20s and came stock with the truck. I just bought a set of 19x11 rears and 19x8 1/2 fronts. I was told they would fit and i did try them on the truck to make sure i had clearance and they did not hit the calipers or the firewalls. My question is can anyone tell me if their running staggered tires and are the running 11's in the rear? What size tires will i need to match the fronts to make the all wheel drive match? Can this be done or did i just waste a bunch of cash. I called tire rack and the couldn't recommend a tire to match the front and rear in all season tires. please if you have any help on the size or brand that will match to make this work, I thought it would look nice with a wide tire on the back... Joe
  2. HI, Im wondering your oppion on upgrading or keeping the stock stereo on my 2004 996 Turbo Cab. I have the stock stereo and cd changer in trunk. I never received the Navigation Disc when i bought the car. Is it better to keep it stock and somehow find the navigation disc or replace the complete unit and get it updated with new navigation and Sirius - IPod-etc? If anyone has upgraded and has a model and brand their happy with, Please let me know. If you know where i can get the Navigation disc please let me know where. I looked but had no luck finding it. Thank you Joseph-NY
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