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post #1 of 18 Old February 23rd, 2008, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know anyone who makes plugs to fill the holes where the spoiler was in the trunk if I take it off.
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post #2 of 18 Old February 23rd, 2008, 08:52 PM
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I used button head Allen bolts ,from harbor freight
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Does anyone know anyone who makes plugs to fill the holes where the spoiler was in the trunk if I take it off.
go find some push buttone at orillys. they are the same thing used to keep your wiper cowl down. then sand and paint to match.
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I agree, just go to the parts store and I am sure you will find something to plug it up with.


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i used some rubber plugs ,u can find them at ur parts store

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rubber plugs dry out in the sun..
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try these guys mabe

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rubber plugs dry out in the sun..
thats weird,mine still felt like new when i put the wing back on.oh well

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I just used black plastic plugs and called it a day 1.00 at your local parts store.



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GtrTech, good call.

I used interior panel retainers for mine. I might have to go get those plug you posted about. They are mich smaller, and since I have 8 holes in my trunk lid from moving my spoiler back, they show up bad. It's only a temp thing to see if I am gonna wanna keep it that way.


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wow, really not that hard to just go to your local hardware store and find some plastic plugs
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I went to lowes and got nylon plugs. Worked great since they were already black!

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i got a wingless deck lid painted, but before that i sported some plugs

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