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Old 04-05-2013, 12:46 PM   #1
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anybody here know where i can get flush plugs or something similar for when i take my spoiler off so i dont have holes in my trunk deck? any help would be much appreciated
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:53 PM   #2
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anybody here know where i can get flush plugs or something similar for when i take my spoiler off so i dont have holes in my trunk deck? any help would be much appreciated
I wish cause I'd get some lol but no ur best bet is to remove your spoiler an take ur trunk to a body shop an have it filled in
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anybody here know where i can get flush plugs or something similar for when i take my spoiler off so i dont have holes in my trunk deck? any help would be much appreciated
I got some at auto zone.nylon plugs and that's what I'm using now until I get it filled
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hopefully i can find some black plugs im not too sure about getting it filled in case i ever decide to throw it back on but thanks guys i appreciate the help!!
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just buy nylon plugs, sand them down to get them more flat, and paint them black. easy as that
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Spoilerless ftw!
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see i like that look a lot very clean streamline look
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see i like that look a lot very clean streamline look
Yep have to agree 100%. get compliments on how clean it is without a spoiler all the time.
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Old 04-06-2013, 04:03 PM   #9
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ill have to do that then
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I'm not hatin on us sixxers but I personally think only the GT's look better with spoiler deletes.. It will look good if the car is lowered for v6's IMHO
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Old 04-07-2013, 04:24 PM   #11
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well i just bought a gt bumper already painted silver im now just saving for cervinis side exhaust

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sorry i forgot to finish my sentence but im just thinking itll look a lot better with the skirts the bumper valence and eventually a chin spoiler for the gt bumper
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