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Old 03-13-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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I remove my gt spoiler today. I put in nylon plugs to temporarily plug the holes. I tested it and it leaks alittle. Any other way to seal it?
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Clear silicone adhesive

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I remove my gt spoiler today. I put in nylon plugs to temporarily plug the holes. I tested it and it leaks alittle. Any other way to seal it?
Welcome to the wingless club. I joined yesterday too!
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Welcome to the wingless club. I joined yesterday too!
Haha thanks! And how do I use this stuff? And here can I get it?
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Local hardware store like Home Depot. You can put a little in the hole and then pop the plug in, someone will correct me if I'm wrong. Probably put a little on top of the plug too.
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Local hardware store like Home Depot. You can put a little in the hole and then pop the plug in, someone will correct me if I'm wrong. Probably put a little on top of the plug too.
Haha alright thanks!
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I used some apoxi cant tell its even there after i used touch up paint. And sand the plugs down for a better fit
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