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Old 9/12/17, 07:38 PM   #1
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Aftermarket Rear Spoiler On a 2007 Shelby GT

Is it possible to get a rear spoiler off of the trunk without damaging the paint?

I'm not really sure how they are secured so I just don't know.

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Remove the bolts that hold them on and then use fishing line to cut though the glue and rubber gasket. Clean the area with alcohol.

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So in other words there are holes drilled into the trunk lid.......




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So in other words there are holes drilled into the trunk lid.......




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Here's the thing. The 2007 Shelby GT had no spoilers so I'm assuming you have one that somebody added a spoiler to and you want to return it back to original?

If they drilled holes to install an aftermarket spoiler, then most aftermarket spoilers use the existing holes. Of course a SGT has no holes but they did have a stock trunk lid which had provisions for holes in the underside of the trunk lid. If it's drilled you can tell on the underside as those screw heads a visible. So I guess check that first.
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Here's the thing. The 2007 Shelby GT had no spoilers so I'm assuming you have one that somebody added a spoiler to and you want to return it back to original?

If they drilled holes to install an aftermarket spoiler, then most aftermarket spoilers use the existing holes. Of course a SGT has no holes but they did have a stock trunk lid which had provisions for holes in the underside of the trunk lid. If it's drilled you can tell on the underside as those screw heads a visible. So I guess check that first.



Yeah its not one I own but one I'm looking to buy online.


I will get them to take pictures so I can see.


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