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I did a search for this issue, with no positive results.

I just finished a three stage polish job with my new Porter Cable 7424 on my black 07 C4. The car looks awesome, but the super glossy paint now makes the rear fender rock chip guards look horrible. They have scratches and smears on them, and they don't respond to polish. Can these be easily replaced? How much would I expect to pay Porsche to replace them? Can I do it myself? Are replacement chip guards available? If yes, from who? Thanks.

Mike M

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Not sure on polishing them, but you can get a set L/R online for about $85 with shipping. I think (key word) they apply like most film (3M) where you spray a water/soap mix on the car

and on the film. Position them, and then squeegee with a credit card or plastic squeegee, then maybe dry with a dryer or lightly with a heat gun?

I peeled mine off my Turbo with a hair dryer and no trouble at all...It was scary how easy they came off! Then realized they put them on for a reason...The paint gets nicked up quickly,

so I am waiting on a set to replace them now.

Good luck. See the photo with the part ID etc.

DC

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