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Re: Fitting a spoiler (bluebora20v)

its just that it came with 2 screws as well as the glue but i couldn't see where it would bold on (without drilling a few holes). Where the holes would have to be drilled are is a double thick section(2 sheets of metal an inch or so between each other) of the boot/roof @ the top. This would mean a 5mm hole on outer section then a wider hole on inner section large enough to get screwdriver/screw head through.
Gluing it seems MUCH better than having to drill holes.
ps- yes, that is a good price and a very good job.....i got a wing painted as well for £100....they are both very good paint matches and quality..
i just need to fit them now.


Modified by shmertmoans at 6:25 AM 3-20-2008
 

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Re: Fitting a spoiler (shmertmoans)

there is no where to drill
I bought one that was pretty much the same way and after some poking around found that there was no simple way to drill the hole. I have installed other spoilers before that were easier. Use the glue or double sided tape http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 
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