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markccp
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2020/10/16 22:55:36 (permalink)

Scraping underside of front bumper

So I just literally collected my 992 from topaz today where’s it’s had a full body PPF and have tonight gone onto a drive way which was raised more than I realised and the lip of the front bumper has scratched / scraped all along the underside. It doesn’t seem to have damaged the paintwork area nor the PPF I hope but the black plastic bit is all jagged and scuffed. Has anyone else experienced this and if so, is it worth it or expensive to replace or repair?
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Markleach
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Re: Scraping underside of front bumper 2020/10/17 07:50:09 (permalink)
had this on a 996 turbo s a while back from memory it was £130 plus fitting so definitely worth getting it replaced on a brand new car bet you were gutted 
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Re: Scraping underside of front bumper 2020/10/17 09:44:35 (permalink)
I would just sand off the jagged edges
its bound to happen again !

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Re: Scraping underside of front bumper 2020/10/18 19:20:49 (permalink)
done the same myself - it was a simple unscrew/re-fit replacement part and wasn't expensive.

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Re: Scraping underside of front bumper 2020/10/18 20:08:32 (permalink)
Dylan1
I would just sand off the jagged edges
its bound to happen again !


Another vote for a quick sandpaper Won't be the last time it will happen.

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rtwright
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Re: Scraping underside of front bumper 2020/10/28 15:20:43 (permalink)
I've given up on the sanding...almost not visible and will replace if I ever sell!
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