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  1. New to Renntech but ahead thanks for any info! Looking into getting a 997. The one I'm interested in is pretty much dropped to the floor. Well done, no camber. But, since I'll be using this car more for function on the streets rather than style sadly, I kinda wanted it back close to stock height (or maybe just a tad lower than stock). 1. Should I source out aftermarket springs and shocks or go back to the dealer and order OEM. I want a good ride to get me thru the daily potholes. 2. If aftermarket, what brand do you guys recommend for the 997? 3. Anyone know of a good post/link to how to lower a 997? That way I can reverse engineer how to raise my 997? Much appreciated...
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