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Old 5th June 2005, 05:55   #1
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AC Schnitzer Rear Spoiler

Anyone have any experience installing one of these? The instructions (even in English) are horrible.
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Re: AC Schnitzer Rear Spoiler

I have one sitting in my room also instructions would be greatly apreciated
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Re: AC Schnitzer Rear Spoiler

are you guys talking about the 3 pce lip spoiler or the high wing one? or the rear diffusor or the rear window wing?

I know that shadowman has a good knowledge of how to install the diffusor, 3pce and the rear window wing
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I'm talking about the rear window wing.
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Re: AC Schnitzer Rear Spoiler

PM shadowman....
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Re: AC Schnitzer Rear Spoiler

You could try using some windscreen silicon sealant do the trick?
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