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Hi I did a search on spoiler deletes but didn't get anything so I'm wondering, I have an 04 40th anniversary edition which isn't supposed to come with a stock spoiler but for some reason mine does. I like the no-spoiler look because it covers up the stripes on my decklid. I figure I can remove it myself but I don't know how people fill in the holes afterward. So what do you guys use to fill in the stock spoiler holes after removal?
I haven't done it, but I've heard of other people doing this:
Take the spoiler off. Get some rubber washers and little bolts to go through the holes. The rubber washers should provide a seal to prevent water leaking through the hole. It will have little bumps there, but the spoiler will be gone.
Or you could have a bodyshop fill them in.
Toy: 2002 Mustang GT
Daily Driver: 2010 Ford Fusion Sport
I considered removing mine as well but my body shop recommended finding a trunk lid that didn't have one & having it painted to match. They said filling the holes can be done but there is always that possibility of there being some unevenness once painted. Find someone with your model car that wants a spoiler and there's doesn't have one & swap with them.
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