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Monaro boot spoiler

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BlueDevil

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382 posts

109 months

Wednesday 11th July 2012
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Has anyone got the boomerang style spoiler fitted to there Monaro?. I just want to know where the bolts come through the boot lid. I have seen two spots on either side of the boot lid and assume this is where it attaches, I have just picked up a second hand one but obviously have no template.
Thanks

monkfish1

5,806 posts

129 months

Wednesday 11th July 2012
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BlueDevil said:
Has anyone got the boomerang style spoiler fitted to there Monaro?. I just want to know where the bolts come through the boot lid. I have seen two spots on either side of the boot lid and assume this is where it attaches, I have just picked up a second hand one but obviously have no template.
Thanks


If its a GM spoiler, yes, those dimples each side are the holes.

BlueDevil

Original Poster:

382 posts

109 months

Wednesday 11th July 2012
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Thanks Roger did not want to assume it was and make a mistake.

Well_Fans

4,182 posts

129 months

Wednesday 11th July 2012
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Just swapped back to no rear spoiler on mine as I felt it was spoiling the line of the car. Luckily I had a spare bootlid off a breaker which I drilled to use the spoiler and I kept my original safe. The additional weight on the boot was not insignificant either and the mrs was having trouble opening and closing it.

snowwolf

11,289 posts

80 months

Wednesday 11th July 2012
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Yup like Roger said just drill through the dimpled holes,

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BlueDevil

Original Poster:

382 posts

109 months

Wednesday 11th July 2012
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Thanks for the replies, need to get it painted before I fit it so it will not go on for a while. Plan to have the front bumper resprayed at the same time.

snowwolf

11,289 posts

80 months

Wednesday 11th July 2012
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Soon as my 4x4 sells I am going to have a new coloured fron end smile