Re: how useful is that spoiler on my 96 GT vert?
On Sat, 23 Apr 2005 04:49:43 GMT, "Scotter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
something wonderfully witty:
>Today I backed into a tree and caused some damage to my rear spoiler.
>I noticed when I open my trunk there are two *visible* screws in the trunk
>lid that appear to be all that holds on the spoiler. Does anyone know if
>that is true?
I think so.
>Next question: At what speeds do you think that spoiler is actually useful,
In access of any speed limit in this country and more then likely the
maximum speed your car is capable of attaining, or you effectively
driving at. Normally somewhere in the 120/140mph+ range.
>I'm really not tied to keeping that thing or replacing it.
>Finally, if I remove those screws and the spoiler, what do I do about the
>two holes? Ideas?
Fill them in with bondo and paint the area. Should be about a $100
job at most body shops.
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