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bbywu

997 GT2 fender well lip

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Does anyone know if this part is available separately?

Imprinted in the plastic trim are the part numbers

997 504 503 80

997 504 504 80

for the driver and passenger side respectively. A parts catalog search does not identify this part. Does anyone know if it is available separately from the front well assembly?

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Hi Loren - 08 GT2.

When I use the online parts guide, it doesn't list the part. Nor does a search in my current PET.

However, the part number is stamped on each lip.

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Sometimes the number on the part are just sub-assembly part numbers - and Porsche does not sell sub-assemblies.

I think what you need is:

997-504-123-01 Left wheel housing liner -- US MSRP $160.90

997-504-124-01 Right wheel housing liner -- US MSRP $160.90

You might also need:

999-073-231-09 Self tapping screw (4.8 x 16) -- US MSRP $0.91 each

999-073-227-09 Self tapping screw (4.8 x 19)-- US MSRP $0.41 each

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Sometimes the number on the part are just sub-assembly part numbers - and Porsche does not sell sub-assemblies.

I think what you need is:

997-504-123-01 Left wheel housing liner -- US MSRP $160.90

997-504-124-01 Right wheel housing liner -- US MSRP $160.90

These were the parts I was thinking - the front left and right forward liners. I was hoping to replace just the lip, as I ruin them frequently on the street.

Thanks for the info.

bob

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Loren, these two parts showed up on my PET specific for the GT2, and didn't have pictures:

997 504 303 80

997 504 304 80

I wonder if these are the GT2 specific lips.

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Could be but from what I can see on the picture in your first post - it looks like the wheel liner is damaged too.

Do you have a picture of an undamaged one?

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I think it's only the bottom lip of the fender well which has scraped across the road. The fender well itself is okay.

Loren, thank you for your help. For $20, the other part may be the correct one. I think I may order one side and see what arrives.

bob

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No I had the same problem. I ordered it from sunset Porsche 138.00. You get the whole piece

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I too noticed today that I have the same issue. I am concerned that it will just keep happening again and again. Thoughts???

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No I had the same problem. I ordered it from sunset Porsche 138.00. You get the whole piece

Just an update - the two part numbers I found are definitely the spoiler lip pieces needed. You do not need to order the entire wheel well cover. Cost $16 each.

997 504 303 80

997 504 304 80

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That sucks man I was told by sunset that it could not be ordered separately? I even researched the item?

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The part number that is imprinted on the part does not match the actual part number. It was very difficult to find, and it was only after a vendor did an extensive search did I find the part. I still wasn't sure it was correct until it arrived today. In fact, if you look at the online parts catalog on Porsche's website, it is not even listed in the PDF.

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Many times the part number printed on a part is a sub-assembly number will not match the parts actual part number.

Here it is listed in Porsche's Parts System...

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Hi Loren - that's exactly what used to find the parts. Someone had suggested the part number, I looked it up on the most current PET system, but it never correlated with a part that could be found on the picture - on the photo you included, it isn't shown on the diagram. Because it was fairly cheap, and I figured that "spoiler" was probably correct.

Thankfully, it is a fairly inexpensive part. I chew through those lips quickly as most roads and driveways here are on very steep inclines. :(

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bbywu and Loren, thank you guys!

I will be ording these parts x2 right away (replacement and back up set).

bbywu, are you on the East Coast?

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Similar flaps on the 986 Boxster, very inexpensive to replace. Three screws and they drop right off. Easier if you drive up on a ramp or a couple of 2 x 6's to get a screw driver to them, otherwise you'll need a very short screwdriver.

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