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Can anyone provide the part number for that black ABS strip that runs below the front bumper on a 2011 911TT ... Wife whacked a curb stone in a parking lot.

I know these are installed by the dealer just prior to delivery so they don't get dinged up during transport.



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997.505.557.010.1C Spoiler (satin black) -- US MSRP $235.15

You might want to make sure you still have all the mounting screws and clips (10 total I think).

Hey Loren,

On a 2011 there's actually only 2 screws that hold that thing on at the ends. There's a series of flat plastic "tabs" moulded to the spoiler piece that punch in through slots in the lower bumper to hold it in place, no screws required. Luckily she didn't damage that BUT she messed up the right side front inner fender well cover which has a tab at the bottom that holds the metal screw-clip thing that attaches the corner of the spoiler piece. Unfortunately what I see on the web for a 2010 picture wise doesn't match what's on here and I can't find any 2011 pictures.

Can you give me the part number for the right front inner fender well cover for a 2011 911 TT ?



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