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suspension spring part number


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US or RoW?

stock or sport?

If you are changing suspensions I think you want a kit that includes springs, shocks and sway bars?

stock, I have springs(Eibach) on car and want to go back to stock springs, I believe sport springs may be option as they would offer better ride than I have now and raise car some-sets too low now.

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Front springs:

996.343.531.04.504 Stock coil spring set (marked brown yellow)

Rear springs:

996.333.531.05.504 Stock coil spring set (marked brown yellow)

TO VIN numbers (ending in):

991S6 20455

991S6 50542

991S6 20480

991S6 50585

996.333.531.38.504 Stock coil spring set (marked brown yellow)

FROM VIN numbers (ending in):

991S6 20456

991S6 50543

991S6 20481

991S6 50586

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Front springs:

996.343.531.04.504 Stock coil spring set (marked brown yellow)

Rear springs:

996.333.531.05.504 Stock coil spring set (marked brown yellow)

TO VIN numbers (ending in):

991S6 20455

991S6 50542

991S6 20480

991S6 50585

996.333.531.38.504 Stock coil spring set (marked brown yellow)

FROM VIN numbers (ending in):

991S6 20456

991S6 50543

991S6 20481

991S6 50586

Loren;

Does spring set meen 2 springs? and does =part number 996.333.531.38.504 Stock coil spring set (marked brown yellow) for both front and rear?

Thanks for your help!

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Yes, set means two matched springs. Springs come in a set of 2 for the front and a different part number for the rear set.

There are two different part numbers for the rear springs depending on your VIN. If don't know which one then PM me with your VIN and I will tell which rear spring set to order.

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Yes, set means two matched springs. Springs come in a set of 2 for the front and a different part number for the rear set.

There are two different part numbers for the rear springs depending on your VIN. If don't know which one then PM me with your VIN and I will tell which rear spring set to order.

Loren;

Sport springs could be option(lower than stock, but not dragging on the ground), would you have part numbers for these?

Thanks

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US or RoW sport springs?

RoW will be a little lower.

If you go sport springs then I really suggest that you get a kit with springs, shocks, and sway bars. If you use the stock shocks with (shorter) sport springs you could damage the shocks.

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