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They existing in 2 different versions

- 30 mm and - 40 mm

Qualitity is good like almost everything from H+R.

About the comfort of driving it depends on your wheel / tire set up. I am using Eibach springs - 35m with 295/30/22 wheels. The truck has an excellent handling but the comfort is gone. You will feel it if you driving on bad roads. Off road i didnt even think about.

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installed the new shocks and springs. drop in ride height is subtle, but noticeable. initial ride impressions are good. it seems to have eliminated the jouncy/brittleness. i'll post some pics and some more ride impressions at the end of the week. (special thanks to Bart's Motor Works - best german car mechanic in MD!)

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Here are the after/before pics which show the subtle drop in ride height. Overall, couldn't be more pleased with the ride. Compliant but well damped. No more stiff-legged feel, and much less up and down ride motions. Would certainly recommend the upgrade or update to any other Cayenne owner with steel springs and regular shocks. :) Install was very straight forward, too.



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