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    Cheers guys. CN, I got the E46 M3 one.
     
     

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    Hello all,

    Right, my spoiler has arrived from the ebay seller - e.auto.bay2008. I'm very pleased with it, the colour match is superb and I can't belive I got it for under £40.00!!

    It has two sticky strips running along the length of the spoiler, presumably these are all that's needed to ensure it is stuck on firmly?

    Would a little wipe with some adhesive remover or alcohol help first?

    Cheers!!

    Dan
     
     

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    hi dan, i got one of these for my 325, excellent product for the price and the paint match was spot on.
    one word of advice.... clean the area where the spoiler sits on the bootlid very lightly with t cut, this will remove any wax or polish in the area and you will get a better bond to the paintwork. also make sure it is positioned correctly before even thinking about removeing the backing strips from the adhesive pads as once it's stuck it's there to stay.
     
     

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