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Old 08-26-2004, 03:41 PM   #1
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Adding a stock spoiler to a trunk without one; easy task or are there hidden cables to look out for when drilling?
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Easy task. Check Aviator'* post on it. Yours will differ slightly. You have 2 less bolts, I think.
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NO! DON'T GIVE IN TO BEING ONE OF "THEM"!
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LOL! Then you guys won't have a matching arse!!!
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wing is good...
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Yes thats right, Follow the wing, the wing is good... Come to the dark side...
HA.... I was just going to post that.... "come to the dark side".... lol

"You under estimate the power of the darkside"... er wing...
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Lol, yall are crazy. I saw one with a spoiler the other day ago, and it was black like mine and I really liked it. Looks a lot better in person than in photos. I will probably look around for one. Should I do junkyard or internet?
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why not driverjohn we are coming for u next
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Lol, yall are crazy. I saw one with a spoiler the other day ago, and it was black like mine and I really liked it. Looks a lot better in person than in photos. I will probably look around for one. Should I do junkyard or internet?
Both. Some wreckers won't seperate them from the trunk lid, some will.
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The 92-95 have 8 bolts, the 96-99 have 4 ( I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure MOS took pics with his off and there were 4 holes). But yeah, it'* pretty easy. And you won't miss the bubble butt that much.
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