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Installing bodykit

I am getting ready to have the Cervinis Stalker body kit put onto my car. i noticed that the rear wing appears to only have automotive 3-M double sided tape holding it on to the deck of the car. I am looking for suggestions on how to place this tail onto my car. I don't think the 3-M tape will be strong enough to old as time goes on. I'm going to have a body shop place the body kit on the car and paint it. Im wondering on how to install the body it to make it more reliable and make sure it wont fall off while driving. If you have any insight on how to install the body kit to ensure it will last over time please let me know. thanks for all the help guys and gals.

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Its been a while since I read some info on this, but BMW uses an adhesive on there factory aero kits including the spoilers. I don't remember what its called off hand but it comes highly recommended for putting on body kits and spoilers. Google search and maybe you can find out what the stuff is called. I believe you can buy the stuff through a BMW dealer also.

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Its been a while since I read some info on this, but BMW uses an adhesive on there factory aero kits including the spoilers. I don't remember what its called off hand but it comes highly recommended for putting on body kits and spoilers. Google search and maybe you can find out what the stuff is called. I believe you can buy the stuff through a BMW dealer also.
thanks. im sure the bodyshop will do an awesome job installing it. its just one of those things thats sitting at the back of my brain that has it itching and wondering if it will be secure
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