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2019/03/28 10:37:34 (permalink)

Front nearside wheel arch liner (front section)

Any help would be appreciated please . . .
In the process of removing the front bumper to change the A/C condensers I've split part of the nearside wheel arch liner and therefore wish to get a new one. Easier said than done apparently as there seem to be various versions for different 911 models and these seem to be contradictory depending on supplier. Can anyone give me a definitive Porsche part number for this item please, or at least some info that will allow me to pick the right liner. Car is a 2003, 996 cabriolet, Carrera 2, 3.6 litre engine, tiptronic box.
 
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    997Mike
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    Re: Front nearside wheel arch liner (front section) 2019/03/28 11:00:17 (permalink)
    Why don't you repair it with some gorilla glue then spray it matt black ……...looks like nothings missing
     
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    Re: Front nearside wheel arch liner (front section) 2019/03/28 17:54:35 (permalink)
    If you provide your vin to your local opc they should identify the correct part. Kind Regards Lee Jones 

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    Re: Front nearside wheel arch liner (front section) 2019/03/29 08:02:07 (permalink)
    Hardly seems worth changing for so little damage but if you want to I reckon its 99650412303 

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    Re: Front nearside wheel arch liner (front section) 2019/04/17 13:27:14 (permalink)
    Thanks for replying, apologies for late acknowledgement, been away on hols
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