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bellsracer 
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Posted: June 27, 2007 at 1:52 PM / IP Logged  

en guarde... parry... thrust...

ok sorry... just had to do it though

^-^

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it's ok...i dodged it anyway
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yea bellsracer is correct, thats why i used it on my trunk..
the main problem im having right now is taking the actual spoiler out, without damaging any of the wiring ;s
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YATTA! I was right! I win!

... ummm....

What was I right about in particular? ^-^;

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bellsracer wrote:
That will also depend on what expanding foam he uses too. Great Stuf for Windows and Doors is an excellent product for such a case. It is designed to minimize pressure on anything it is expanded on. and if he is just looking to eliminate washer and bolt rattle, look into tightening them first then maybe add the foam.

just a thought...

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bellsracer 
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Posted: July 06, 2007 at 6:54 AM / IP Logged  

AH! KK!

Well you are welcome for the assistance.

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