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    Porsche 911 (993)
  1. I am doing installation of Koni shocks from P964, which is 15 mm longer shaft than the P993 Row Boge shocks. And the new P964 Eibach springs are also taller than the P993 Row springs. Can i just cut the new Eibach springs to make it shorter to fit the Koni shocks that also have 15mm longer shaft. (i won't do anything about the shocks) to install to my P993 Carrera. I just want the Row height for my P993. Is this the correct actiont to take (cut the springs) ? Thank you
  2. Thank you very much for the information, and i believe what you said is definitely correct. How strange Porsche didn't broken out that part alone.
  3. Anybody can help me with Part # of the Rear Axle of P993 Carrera Tiptronic that was marked in Red Arrow. I didn't see the part alone on the Porsche Pet, may be it should be bought as a whole assembly ?
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