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    Turbo E36, EP3, Cayenne S
  1. Has anyone tried 265/50R20 or 275/50R20? I'm looking for new wheels and tires and just don't like low profile tires on suvs. I had an Infinity FX45 and I loved the 50R20. More off road style as I do lots of camping. Will I have issues with this size on a the Cayenne? Here's a thread to a Touareg running this size.http://www.clubtouareg.com/forums/f44/265-50r20-nitto-terra-grapplers-on-v10-35425.html
  2. Can someone provide the part number for the breather hose/pipe that runs from the drivers side valve cover to the throttle body? 2004 Cayenne, thanks.
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