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Old 08-28-2003, 07:05 PM   #11
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....So thats where your 50$ bill went... damn spoiler sucking everything up.. Im glad I am a bubble butt....
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Old 08-28-2003, 08:40 PM   #12
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Okay, I thought I made this clear, the spolier is only off long enough for a wash and wax. Judging by my pic in the lounge post, there'* enough bubble butts around here!
don't bother ninety five, U an ur kind are..... are OWNED by tha spoilerless mafia
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Old 08-28-2003, 09:59 PM   #13
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Hehe, i actually HAD a bubble butt before i joined this club.. I Put a new one on myself. IT WAS A PAIN IN THE A$$. But it ended up working out and now i have a perfectly matching spoiler that looks factory... Yup, 6 lugs, but instead of just using the rubber grommets i silicone-sealed mine, so i DOUBT it will come off anytime soon (but it will NEVER leak either ), so ill just make sure to spray it well...
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I looked a bit under my spoiler and it looks like thre is some dbl sided tape as well as the bolts. Anyone with a 2000+ do this yet?

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I don't think we have to worry...ours seem sealed pretty well (possibly siliconed, or taped...can't tell).
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Yeah look under it and come back to us!
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MOS95B, I was considering getting a rear wing from mine until I saw your pics. Now, I don't know. Got a good look at bonnie94sse Drug Runner yesterday. I was checking out his spoiler seeing how it was attached. Does your have the rubber groments under the wing?
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Get the damn spoiler before i slap you with martha stewarts douchebag. Actually i'm gonna remove mine this weekend now, and lay down the meguiars Gold Class wax (most relfective EVER) and do some claying too! I just bought the detailers mist and wipe cause i figure the clay won't have much to pick up this time, so i'll re0use it once.
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Old 08-29-2003, 08:21 PM   #18
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Hurry up and put it back on!
My thoughts exactly.... put it back on before someone else sees the dirt.
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speak'n too U ninety 92-95ers' have any U considered putt'n on a 96-99 spoiler on? I wonder what that would look like on a pre-96?
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The 2k+ have a more aggressive look to them too, and might be kinda neat. Although they have some edgier looks..

A 96-99 one has a rectangular contact area on each side on the edges where it mounts. A 92-95 is just one curve. And a cleaner look IMHO.
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