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Stone Guard Trim Piece Part Number

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955-505-547-01 Left side spoiler -- US MSRP $20.18

955-505-548-01 Right side spoiler -- US MSRP $20.18

You might also need the screw that holds it in place.

N 907-750-01 Tapping screw -- US MSRP $0.71 each

Thanks for the prompt reply, but that appears to be the part number for the piece on the bottom. I am looking for the triangle.directly above that piece.

Thanks again....

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This "triangle" is a part of lower door molding. i was confusing porsche dealer same way as you did.

It looks like you are "facelifting 955 to 957", i did it myself recently. You would need to change those moldings assemblies (these alu trims are also different) on both rear doors to match those lower spoilers. Good luck

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