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Old 02-16-2005, 02:21 AM   #1
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my 95 bonneville has no spoiler and i went to a junk yard and i notice a spoiler on a 94 bonneville and its the same color white as my car, the spoiler paint is ok and theres many scratches and no cracks on it, i didn't get a chance to get it cause i didn't have any tools on me and there was no one at the front desk at the moment and i had to go to work so i didn;t get a chance to ask for a price, i was wondering about how much would a spoiler like that cost or how much would you pay for it? how much did you guys pay for your spoiler for your bonneville?
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around 45ish maybe. try car-part.com to get an idea
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I'd think these days you could get one for closer to $25-30. They were pricing them around $40-80 about two years ago, and since then the prices have only dropped on parts for the 1992-1995 Bonnevilles.
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Hopefully the Flyboy (Aviator) will show up soon. He got one last summer, I think it was...
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I'd pay up to $100 color matched (not easy for me personally) and $40-50 in another color.
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I bought and installed a spoiler on mine about two years ago and color matched (meaning finding the same color in a junkyard ) i beleive it was $50. Installation is a fairly easy do-it-yourself project. Just DONT FORGET THE SEALANT
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what did you use as a sealant? I bought 1 last year same color, white and paid $50.00. I used some silicone sealant and i do have some water leaks.

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what did you use as a sealant? I bought 1 last year same color, white and paid $50.00. I used some silicone sealant and i do have some water leaks.

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OK, make sure you replaced the rubber gaskets that came with the old one (they were around each bolt in between the car and the spoiler) and then put a liberal amount of silicone on the trunk side of the rubber gasket. Then when you put the spoiler on, the water can run through under the spoiler, but wont go in through the bolt holes.
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Thin rubber washers will be fine too.
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I guess it'* time to go to the dealer then. I think the spolier was missing a few washers when i installed it. All i used was silicone and i get some water, which i didnt have before the spolier.

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what did you use as a sealant? I bought 1 last year same color, white and paid $50.00. I used some silicone sealant and i do have some water leaks.

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I bought and installed a spoiler on mine about two years ago and color matched (meaning finding the same color in a junkyard ) i beleive it was $50. Installation is a fairly easy do-it-yourself project. Just DONT FORGET THE SEALANT
OK, make sure you replaced the rubber gaskets that came with the old one (they were around each bolt in between the car and the spoiler) and then put a liberal amount of silicone on the trunk side of the rubber gasket. Then when you put the spoiler on, the water can run through under the spoiler, but wont go in through the bolt holes.
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