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Old 11-11-2003, 11:53 PM   #1
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Who knows the best way to go about putting a spoiler on a bubble butt Bonne?? I got the spoiler but am kinda hesitant to drill holes in my lid without knowing how they will line up.. any hints??
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Aviator is your man on this item
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Yeah... Jim is definetely NOT your man on this one. He'* as dumb as a doornail when it comes to spoilers.. trust me.. ..not his cup of tea.
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:P smartass...
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Aviator made a template too, i'd measure for ya but i'm @ a dorm, and have no long measureing devices....

Pretty much just find what looks good, mark it off, and then center it.
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the access holes are all there under the deck lid, that should get you close, but definitely talk to flyboy.
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Who knows the best way to go about putting a spoiler on a bubble butt Bonne?? I got the spoiler but am kinda hesitant to drill holes in my lid without knowing how they will line up.. any hints??
HA HA, Your car has a Bubble Butt j/k. Anyways I think the spoilers add a bit of class to our bonnevilles, just as long as its not a huge ricer wing!!
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I PM'd Aviator with a link to this thread.
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Who knows the best way to go about putting a spoiler on a bubble butt Bonne?? I got the spoiler but am kinda hesitant to drill holes in my lid without knowing how they will line up.. any hints??
Russianpolarbear, I don't know how the rumor mill got started that I installed the spoiler but I had it installed at a local GM bodyshop. Read my first post in Spoiler..Add On. I do appreciate the replies from the other members but i just wanted to set the record straight. I was going to install it with the help from a friend of mine who works at a body shop but due to his work sked and other commitments it would have been a month before he was able to help me. I was a little hestiant too about drilling the holes myself. That'* when i decided to take it to the body shop and have them do it. Too bad we live so far away from each other. I would have come over in a heart beat, taken my spoiler off so you could see exacly where the holes were drilled. Sorry if I have been unable to help you with yours.
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So... whos got the juice.??
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