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    hello,

    ive got an E36 coupe (1997) it has got a spoiler that sits on the rear window at the top, its not really to my taste so im thinking of removing it but my question is...........how is it held/stuck on? do i just ease it off with my hands? will it leave any marks or damage the bodywork/glass?

    thanks in advance

    stu
     
     

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    It will be held on with sikaflex aka tiger seal its a royal pain in the arse to remove but not imposible if any part of the spoiler is stuck to the paint work be prepared for a spray job


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