hey i really like this spoiler i know some people dont some do, but that is beyond the point. How would i go a bout installing this item? MY trunk has the carpet on the top and then my tool box etc. Do i just take that carpet off to put the spoiler on? and once that carpet is off is it simple line up the spoiler and screw in? OR what any help would be great!
PS i got my exhuast on now so i will have to post some pics of that soon! heres the spoiler!
oh yeah i will post pics of the spoiler when i get home for some reason the computer is being stupid and not letting me post it up here, wait ill try to copy in alink!
Originally posted by bigred318@Apr 27 2004, 07:17 PM hey i really like this spoiler i know some people dont some do, but that is beyond the point.
yeah i said beyond the point i dont care what you guys think about the spoiler all im doing is asking about some simple installation tips, which you two that are dogging it probably cant help me with so no need to reply i dont care about your opoion i would ask for it if i wanted it, thats why i cant be here long! There are some people here i love and some people i cant stand!
I think the e36 has a premarked place to put screws for a spoiler. Look under that carpet and see if you can find some. I have yet to look on mine, it should be 4 or maybe 6 marks inside the trunk. Good luck
Guys he didn't ask for the opinion, to each his own.
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Originally posted by Kevin325i@Apr 27 2004, 10:33 PM Guys he didn't ask for the opinion, to each his own.
thank you very much kevin, i mean not that i dont trust your guys opoins but some people like all traditional no change etc, some like to push the limits... im both, i like what i like and have a whole idea for my car! haha Once again thanks kevin!
this is how i installed my spoiler.
i lined it where it was suppose to look like belongs, than put some masking tape down. once again i put the spoiler down and marked it using tape so it will be straight and line up perfectly. now i installed the screws and then put a dab of red paint on the screws and once again put the spoiler down, this time it left an imprint so i knew where to drill my holes. then it was simple from there, i installed the spoiler using some locktite and have never had a problem in the year its been on.
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