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Posts posted by gchu

  1. I got different answers from different dealer and I am more confuse. Could Loren or someone clearify this for me?

    The ROW M030 p/n for a 2002 Carrera 4 Cab, is it 00004450016 or 00004450030?

    For the kit, does it come with front and back stabilizer bars & bushings, or just the shorts and springs?

    Thanks for help.

  2. When I installed my PSE few years ago, I did the driver side first without taking the wheel off. The car was on a lift. I had hard time to rotate the old muffler to the right angle & slided it out. Also a lot of effort to put the PSE in. I didn't want to scratch the panel or the heat shield. I took the rear wheel off when I did the other side and it was installed very easy.

    I think for someone with experience, it is not necessary to remove the wheels. If it's first time and don't have any helper, I would suggest take the rear wheels off. BTW, mine rears are 18" 285

    From Gary's picture, it looks a lot easier with the rear bumper off. Gary, How long does it take to remove & put the bumper?

  3. I tried OEM black rubber floor mat for my Cayenne & others for my C4. The black rubber mats look so dirty no matter how well you clean it. After that, I switched to coco mats. It has rubber bottom the same as the rubber mat but with a nice patten to match the color of the color. There were custom made from www.cocomats.com.

    Pictures of my mats:



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