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I just changed to a MO30 ROW Suspension on my 98 base Boxster w/Tip. I noticed that when I took the original springs off there was a dot of green paint at the top of the spring and at the bottom there was a white dot next to a blue dot. Does anyone know what this means? Thanks in advance for your consideration. Ed

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I just changed to a MO30 ROW Suspension on my 98 base Boxster w/Tip. I noticed that when I took the original springs off there was a dot of green paint at the top of the spring and at the bottom there was a white dot next to a blue dot. Does anyone know what this means? Thanks in advance for your consideration. Ed

The two dots are the spring type (standard, sport, Tiptronic, 5 speed, etc.). The third dot (green in your case) is the spring compensation plate thickness.

If the coil springs are exchanged, it might be necessary to use a different spring plate than before. These spring plates are color coded as follows: green dot = 6.5 mm thick compensation part; white dot = 3.0 mm thick compensation part.

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Any before and after photos of how the car sits with the MO30 suspension?

I just changed to a MO30 ROW Suspension on my 98 base Boxster w/Tip. I noticed that when I took the original springs off there was a dot of green paint at the top of the spring and at the bottom there was a white dot next to a blue dot. Does anyone know what this means? Thanks in advance for your consideration. Ed
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