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Change Springs on a US 996TT!


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Hello!

I would like to change Springs on my US 996TT, the plan was to buy the H&R Springs but after reading some posts here I feel insecure that this will work, is it better to buy the original Euro Springs to be sure that everything works or do I dare to put on the H&R springs?`

I never drive on race track but Iwould really like to get rid of the different heights in rear VS front and if possible lower the car a little extra without spending to much on new suspension.

Best regards

Jonas

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Thanks Loren! Ill buy from Porsche then, but I would like to buy the lower package from them then and might still get problem with my US front suspension (but then I guess they will warn me).

My car has travel 71000 miles so it have went very far for being a sportwagon from 2001. I have a carfax report and in that report do I see that the car have been at a Porsche Service facility on every serviceoccation (around right milage for each service).

It has only one owner and been on service in the same Porsche facility in Florida every time.

Do you think that there is any possibility for me to get paper on the services done on my car so I can see all the history of it? or atleast get it by word so I know if clutch is changed and such things?

Best regards

Jonas

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