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Old 11-13-2003, 02:57 PM   #21
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Oh, I guess we're back to the FlyBoy on this one then..

But, like I sguggested to him when he was getting one, you could take the wing and some Butcher or Kraft paper, or some newspaper taped together, press the wing onto this, and use it as a template for where the holes need to be...
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The trunk lid and the spoiler both changed in 96. I'm just not sure if the number of mounting holes did. Maybe I should pull mine for cleaning, and shoot a pic with it off for comparison to yours.
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russianpolarbear, Took these pics this morning. Don't know if they will help you or not but will give you a general ideal where the holes were drilled in mine.
Two on ea end under the rubber disc

Center drilled holes. It appears they applied black silicon to the bolt.

The two upper attach points where the trunk bends.

Hope these will help you.
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Thanks for the pics man.. I dont think Ill have a prob with the bottom 4 or the top outside 2 but the middle top two will be a pain cuz they are kinda in there...
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Stand by for more pics. I just put mine back on.
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Willren = Nutz
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Funny. I tore my car apart twice today for you guys. I'm working on the pics now.

Okay, here they are (keep in mind if mine doesn't look dirty enough underneath, my trunk lid was repainted less than a year ago):



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I noticed that in that other post... you just are a busy body arent you
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Probably needed it anyway, and I learned something on the other post so it'* all good. Notice I taped the inside of the holes before washing
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Yeah thats just gross.... Suprizing the one in the JY was cleaner then that
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