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Rear Window Spoiler installed

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by ad3crk, Nov 6, 2006.

  1. ad3crk
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    I put on my rear window spoiler this past Sunday...im happy with the way it turned out..especially the direct rear look...i had to tint 5.5 inches in the interior at the top of the rear window to hide the unrefined fiberglass look....over all this was a easy DIY'er job....the other way to do this is to make a non-seam look.(from roof seam to the spoiler..but i opted not to do this, because when the day comes to sell the ride....other then that the body work would be on expensive side :unsure: ....would it look better that way..hands down yes it would...
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    Looks good
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    Looks good. Sporty while still discrete.
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    thanks for the compliments...:thumbsup:
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    Suits it very nicely :)
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    Nice, had one of these but never used it and its now lost at the body shop I use.
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    very nice
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