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Screw - part number

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hi there.

This screw holds the underneath rear of the sideskirt to the plastic engine undertray by screwing into a spire nut (quick nut).

It has a collar on it, which is important given how it fits.

On the electronic parts list I see this is down as being one of the expandable plastic rivets - perhaps this is what is used on the standard car?

The fitting kit for the sideskirts only comes with 10 screws - 9 for underneath and 1 for the front - which makes me think the rear is a screw on all cars...

Here's a pic - does anyone know the part number please?



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Look like it is: 999.073.061.02 Self tapping screw 4.8 x 16

Thanks Loren - but nope - that's a cross head nornal small headed self tapper.

I have a bag load of those.

It's very similar in size and shape to the ones that come with the aerokit fitting kit, but it's longer and has the collar.


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Ok, I think this is it: 999.073.231.09

Thanks Loren -

Hmmm - I thought so too, but I think that's the one without the collar that comes with the fitting kit. (hence the quantity of 20).

It's odd though, because in that diagram it does indeed look as though part number'6' also has a variant of which there are 2 - which would be right - BUT it has the part number oyu have already quoted!! 999.073.061.02

How frustrating!

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