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Old 09-26-2007, 07:39 PM   #1
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Default Rear spoiler removed

When I had a 93 se back in '04 I always wanted a wing on my car. But now it'* nothing to to me. I want it removed. So has anyone ever removed the rear spiler on they're SSE/SSEi
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yes, they come off with a few bolts from under the trunk lid... but then you have holes to fill.
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they unbolt from underneather.

Have fun filling the holes and repainting the trunk
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Just throwing this idea out there but is it possible to find a junkyard bonne without a spoiler and swap trunks
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it is possible, and probably the easiest to do. take a buddy though to remove it and re-install it otherwise you increase the risk of damage.
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I like the way the back of a SE look when it'* sittin on 20'*. I could fill the holes with metal putty of some sort. It'* an Earl schabb down the street paint jobs start at $200 and they do a good *** job. I'm just getting mine repainting white anyway so I'm not too worry about $1000000000 paint jobs.
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