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Removing fenders, door panels, rear quarter panels

How difficult is it to remove/install these exterior parts?

Also, what year/model fenders/doors/quarter panels are compatible with an '86 951?
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Cleaned grounds = happy 944
WTB: 951 black passenger door/fender
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Nothing, I'm just curious as to how much work is involved.
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'86 951 blk/blk
-968 M030 Sway Bars with delrin bushings
-IceShark headlight kit
-Koni Yellow Sport Adjustable struts and shocks
-225 lb springs up front

Cleaned grounds = happy 944
WTB: 951 black passenger door/fender
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The parts you mentioned that are compatible are those from another 951. The fenders are different, doors and quarter panels are the same. Doors are a straightforward unbolt affair. Fenders unbolt but are also sealed onto the chassis with a body caulk that can be difficult to make release. I used a putty knife and a heat gun and they usually come off fairly easily. Quarter panels will have to be cut frum the car, choose your method.
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Originally posted by FR Wilk
See Wolf1's 931 project on cutting quarter panels off.
That would be this thread..

931 surgery
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