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Old 08-30-2012, 03:14 PM
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I am gearing up to move which includes towing the cayenne on a flatbed trailer. Am I supposed to put the ride height at any specific setting? Is lower better? I just don't want to eff up the air suspension by having it set wrong. Not sure it even matters.. But I figure this is the time to find out.
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Old 08-30-2012, 03:53 PM
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Shouldn't matter, but lower will be better for center of gravity and aerodynamics.
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If you can strap the wheels/tires and lower it I think that would be best. The U-haul car trailers strap down the front wheels and have safety chains on the rear and they've worked very well for me. I have hauled a Sequoia that way.
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Thanks guys.. Yeah uhaul it is. Towing the pig with a 26' truck with wife following in the Benz. Gonna be a lOng couple of days.
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