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Hi,

New to the forum, great to see others so excited about such an amazing car. Long story short, Pulled into a parking spot too far and made a slight tear of the lower right air deflector on my z51. This is the rubber part beneath the front bumper in front of the tires (some people take these off). Called the dealer for the part, but the replacement is not the same shape as mine. The replacement looks very rectangular whereas the original is made shapely and angular. Does anyone have the part number for the z51 front air deflector, passenger side? Or, does someone want to sell theirs? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks
 

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I sure would like the part number for the front left Z51 lower air dam. I went to the dealer bodyshop and they are clueless and gave me the non Z51 lower air dam which is much wider.
 

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The persons I always turn to, and who have great pricing, great service and so helpful are:

Robert Wendorff
Parts Manager
Phone : 406-628-4618
Fax: 406-628-2025
[email protected]

Tom Dorsey
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Phone : 406-628-4618
Fax: 406-628-2025
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Fichtner Chevrolet is located in the tiny town of Laurel, MT (pop. 6,900) and they have probably the lowest overhead of any dealer. And they have never let me down! When you get the part numbers, please post back here, and please also let them know that StingRay Forums sent you.
 

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Why don't you try to reshape the damaged piece with a pair of sheet metal shears before you buy a new one. It should be pretty easy material to work with. If that looks OK to you then you can rework the other side to match it. Otherwise, nothing ventured nothing gained...
 

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Why don't you try to reshape the damaged piece with a pair of sheet metal shears before you buy a new one. It should be pretty material to work with. If that looks OK to you then you can rework the other side to match it. Otherwise, nothing ventured nothing gained...
good input as it may be a universal part. Charlie aka cutnout
 
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