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Front Underskirt rubbing!

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Hi there

Does anyone know if there is some type of add on to protect the underside at the front of a cayman. Going over one of our garage entrances is causing a problen.

I have a sacrificial bar attached to the underside of my 993 which rubs ever time I go over the threshold but cant find anything for the Cayman, at least not in the UK. Any help would be very much appreciated before I wreck the front bumper

Thankyou - Nick

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Certainly not on the OEM options, perhaps third party shops have that. Is it not possible to approach the garage threshold by a angle instead of straight.

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I have read of a couple of people attaching those teflon furniture sliders to the bottom of the skirt for that purpose. I guess if you attach them far enough back, they wouldn't show.

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