Cardan drive shafts are designed to work with many manufacturers. Any manufacturer that uses a similar steering column and bushings should use the same shafts, as they will be compatible.
It is important to note that cardan drive shafts for the Porsche Cayenne are NOT compatible with the Porsche Spyders. This is because they have their own type of shafts.
These shafts are not manufactured by the Spyders, but they are made by a different company. You can buy Drive Shafts for Porsche Cayenne from this company.
There are a couple of differences between cardan drive shafts for Porsche Cayenne and cardan drive shafts for the Porsche Spyders. The first difference is the installation of the drive shaft for the Cayenne.
The key is that the drive shaft on the Cayenne can only be installed using the Keytech bolt kit. To use the Spyders you will need to get the bolt kit and install it yourself. This process is extremely easy to do, and I would highly recommend that you follow my instructions on this.
When installing the cardan drive shafts for Porsche Cayenne, the first thing you will want to do is check the steering column for any obvious damage. If you can find an obvious sign of damage, chances are the bolt kit will need to be replaced.
The second thing you will want to do is remove the screws that hold the Cock, and the Cocking Bar in place. To remove the cocking bar you will need to unscrew the brass nut first. This nut will then loosen the screw holding the Cock in place.
Now we can safely remove the Cock from the steering column. To do this simply unscrew it, while keeping the screws in place. Now take the Cock out of the column and hold it by the spring.
Now unscrew the Cock. Be careful not to lose the spring. Take the Cock and remove the screw that holds it in place.
Cardan drive shafts for Porsche Cayenne needs to be installed by hand. With a proper bolt kit, this can be done quickly and easily. But if you don't have the proper bolt kit, you may be left with a loose screw, or have to go get a professional to make the job.
Once you have these shafts installed correctly, you can then move on to installing the screws that hold the Cock in place. Again, do not lose the spring or the screw.
Once you have all the screws installed, you can tighten them back down with a set of hex keys. Remember that the screws will be tighter than the shafts, so be careful when tightening them down. With this, you should be all set up.