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Screw part number please?


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Hi all!


Hoping someone can help me out with a part number on a screw.


I am missing it from the side a deck lid. It is the one that holds the aluminium brackets inside the wing in place. GT3/AeroKit II wing.


It is a flat head with a female hexagonal 3mm insert.


The screw itself is 8mm from the head and not threaded all the way (not threaded neear the head) it is an M6 x 8. The head is aprox 9.7mm in diameter and 1.6mm thick


Closest part number I have found is: 90011903502 but im not too sure as its from 74-98


The PET has not reference to it as it looks like they come with the lower deck lid section.


I have attached some pics.


Thanks in advance!





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Yes sorry so those screws are on either side of the lower part of the deck lid. Was making reference to the aerokit ii being a gt3 style wing. Wasn't sure if I should put it in the gt3 or Carrera section.

There is one other screw on underside where the striker is too.


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There are 4 of these screws in total on the lower section of the deck lid 2 on the left 2 on the right.


There are 2 aluminum bars on either inside that the screws hold onto. The bars are 150 x 20 x 6 and have 4 M6 holes in them - (2 for these screws and 2 for the hinge screws.


I'm hoping that these screws were used on another series or somewhere else on the car so I can purchase them as they are missing from the deck lid I have purchased.


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Hi Loren, thanks for your help so far. Unfortunately they are hexagonal head screws for the hinges. The screws im after are flat and not listed in the PET as they are part of number 1 as a whole. Was hoping that you or someone would recognize them and they might have been used elsewhere or on another series. These are the screws that hold the aluminium internal bars in place so the number 5 screws can screw into the deck lid.

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Ah nooo I thought that might be the case :( I have seen them on the side of the Turbo and GT2 wings as well but I checked the PET and there is no listing. This wing is proving difficult because I have to find the wing brackets as well :(

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  • 3 weeks later...

Okayy! Found a solution:




If anyone looses these screws those are the ones you can use. Only problem is the thread doesn't go all the way to the head but they can be driven flush and have enough thread to keep them tight and secure! Dont forget to use blue loctite as well :)


Also the bar inside is: 150 x 6 x 20 with 4 M6 screw holes

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