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Who would be interested in real off road parts for the Cayenne?


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Just curious. I have been deeply envolved with the off road industry for about 15 years.

Have the connections to design and produce some parts if there was any interest.

I have some cool ideas for all of the following

-Real rock rails

-Winch mount-front.

-Aux light mounts.

-CB antenna mounts

-Transfer case skids

-Roof racks

-Bumper protection.

-Tow points.

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I'd be very interested in 18" steel wheels for heavy off road use -- with Cayenne-specific bolt patterns and offset. None exist -- nothing for Cayenne, Touareg, Q7, anything.

And all of your list looks great. I think there is a lot of interest because, to your point, this does not exist for the Cayenne market.

Excellent thinking -- an untapped market!

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I'd be very interested in 18" steel wheels for heavy off road use -- with Cayenne-specific bolt patterns and offset. None exist -- nothing for Cayenne, Touraeg, Q7, anything.

Might be an easy one. I have a couple of good friends that are wheel manufacturers for the offroad world.

Mostly higher end stuff and beadlocks but might be doable.

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  • 6 months later...

Just curious. I have been deeply envolved with the off road industry for about 15 years.

Have the connections to design and produce some parts if there was any interest.

I have some cool ideas for all of the following

-Real rock rails

-Winch mount-front.

-Aux light mounts.

-CB antenna mounts

-Transfer case skids

-Roof racks

-Bumper protection.

-Tow points.

I would love to see some DUTY off-road gear for my Cayenne Turbo! I want to take it to some pretty remote parts of Utah and put its capability through the paces. There is a 3.5 rated trail in Canyonlands National Park called "Elephant Hill". Ive seen Rovers do this trail and the park services claims that stock 4x4 vehicles should be able to manage it. A stainless skid plate and engine protector is definitely in order plus rock rails are a good start. Better options in brush guards (protecting intercoolers) with winch mounts would be nice as well as steel wheels.

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