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Old 02-25-2006, 12:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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well, tomorrow, i am going to pick up my roof spoiler and m3 mirrors from the body shop, and i was just wondering if some 1 can help me out...

whats the best way to attach the roof spoiler to the car??

any special glue... i know double sided tape wont hold it??

little help here....
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i was always told that 3m 2 sided tape was sufficient. maybe you can use a low strenght epoxy, or a silicone with the two sided tape.. mind you its only a roof spoiler and id rather take the chance loosing it over having it fixed on when you may want to take it off for some reason.
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Old 02-25-2006, 11:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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good point, i bought some extra strength 3m double sided mounting tap, and it did the trick.. for now atleast
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rubber cement?
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NO! NO! no rubber cement. Not good for the clear coat. The 3M stuff is the way to go.
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haha itll be under the scoop man.
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3 M double sided stuff works well I hear. Just dont plan on removing the roof spoiler.
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