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Fender to cowl seals

I am putting my shopping list together ahead of a full repaint and I came across two different sizes of fender/cowl seals.

901.503.394.22 is 4.3mm wide for 65-89 models
911.799.503.07 is 6.5mm wide for 65-94 models

Obvioulsy either part will fit my 88 Carrera, but is there any advantage or disadvantage with either size, or is it just a cosmetic thing?
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I have got both, ordered the thin ones with out knowing there existed two types.

I would personally choose the wider ones, as they cover the gap best
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Good point, I never thought about that.
Wide it is!
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Is it possible to replace these seals without removing the fenders? they seem to be in there pretty tight. Mine are old and looking rough. I'd like to replace them but I don't want it to be another project.
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Is it possible to replace these seals without removing the fenders? they seem to be in there pretty tight. Mine are old and looking rough. I'd like to replace them but I don't want it to be another project.
It's been done and documented in the regular 911 tech forum. There are some nuances with the different years but you can loosen the back edge of the fender, remove and install new seals. -J
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Thanks! I'll search the other forum.
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