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Old 12-15-2007, 12:57 PM   #1
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Colgan Car Bra - Fitting Question

Hey all,

I just got my colgan car bra and I wanted to get confirm something. The manual says it is for a 1997 boxster and I have a 2001. To my knowledge, this should not make a difference because I am aware of no design changes that would interfere with the interchangability of parts. Is this a correct assumption?

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I do not know of any differences.
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shouldn't make any difference.
just make sure the car is spotless where you want to put that bra, and that the bra is clean as well from the bottom where it touches the car, otherwise from the wind and movement you may see some scratches and stuff.
so more damage than protection...just be careful
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shouldn't make any difference.
just make sure the car is spotless where you want to put that bra, and that the bra is clean as well from the bottom where it touches the car, otherwise from the wind and movement you may see some scratches and stuff.
so more damage than protection...just be careful
its 20 degrees and was snowing like crazy here, so I'm probably going to have to give it a run through with ONR. I figure, give it a little shower in ONR and a good scrub and then follow up with a quick detailer and I should be set to jet. Would you agree with that?

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