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1977 930 Fender?

Is there any difference from a 1977 930 fender to a 1979 930 fender?

Old 10-19-2014, 07:38 AM
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I don't think there are any differences until 86 when they replaced the welded fender with the one piece stamped fender.
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I don't think there are any differences until 86 when they replaced the welded fender with the one piece stamped fender.
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simple rule of thumb here: If Porsche has 2 part numbers for it, its different. If not, its the same.
Ask me how I know
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So the rear valance of any G-Model Porsche seems the same, for one side exhausts. But it isnt. The Turbo version for the early 3.0's is different to the carreras.

2 part numbers = two different parts w Porsche, guaranteed...
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Well, yes.....but somewhat off the point of the front fender discussion above. I thought you were posting in relation to the differences between early welded front fenders and the single piece pressing of later years.....of interest as I need two front fenders for mine.
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If there's differences btw. 76 & 77 already, I am quite sure theres differences for a 1979.

In any case I couldnt find original porsche part numbers for 79 fenders, the turbo seems to stop at 1977 on Porsches parts catalogue, so good luck on that one - OP, please report what happened here...


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