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Fiberglass Rear Wing?

I know fiberglass body kit is easy to crack, how about a rear wing(spoiler)?
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yes they do to. My friend had one that did.
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Your wing/spoiler takes so much pressure, I don't see how fiberglass could support it all.
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my wing is fibreglass too
and when its really windy its scary cuz i see it wiggle [its a touring style]...
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I actually ordered the 3pc spoiler, and I brought it to my autobody shop last week to get it painted. Apparently it gets put on by an adhesive strip, is this normal?
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<< I actually ordered the 3pc spoiler, and I brought it to my autobody shop last week to get it painted. Apparently it gets put on by an adhesive strip, is this normal? >>



ahesive???? must be strong stuff then. i know honda's oem spoiler and most spoilers use BOLTS to make sure the spoiler doesn't move.
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actually all [or a majority] of spoilers will come with adhevisve strips
thats just so it acts as a spacer/cushion and the 2 wont scratch up each other
mine is held by 4 bolts then an adhesive strip...
i watched them install it, like 20min...drill thru my trunk n bam it was dun...
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