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Roll Bar Trim Repair

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I have successfully replaced 2 broken wind deflector roll bars mounting clips, using a new mount kit part 986-561-323-00.

I had to drill the rivets out to put the new mounts in.


Unfortunately, during the removal of the roll bar trims, one of them's screw broke.


Anyone have any advice on how to re-attach the screw with a method which will be strong enough to keep the trim tight once re-mounted?


Thanks a lot :)






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Part Number 986.580.311.16.XXX (XXX=color) - $1,600 USD - New


These are pricey new, I would:


1. Go to a auto or boat upholstery shop and check on a solution/recommendation

2. Contact cement it on and worry about it next time you have to remove it

3. or check for used ones at a Porsche Dismantler shop like


Oklahoma Foreign - http://www.oklahomaforeign.com/


LA Dismantler - http://www.ladismantler.com/

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