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    Hi guys, can anybody shed some light on my problem,I got a Roof spoiler on 1 car and want to put it on the other. Im guessing since it is on glass it will be doublesided sticky tape so all i need to do is take a heat gun to it? or is there another way?
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    Hi Danny,

    Depending on the material it's made of, too much heat may damage it, so if you go down that route, be steady

    How about trying a small wallpaper scraper under it first to see if it lifts, just take it a couple of inches at a time and it should be ok


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    Cheers mate, give the scrapper a go first.
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    hi, what you using to fix it back on? just tape or adhesive? i got one that i wanna fit but not so sure what to use. my local car spares shop sold me some bodykit adhesive and told me to use a mastic gun and fill the recess all round the top of my rear window and put some on the glass also then hold spoiler on
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