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I won this brand new primed spoiler for only £67 on Ebay a few weeks ago! Finally got it painted. Extremely happy with the result. What a bargain!
 

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I had the spoiler on mine and so glad i did cos it looks so good.
 

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Lucky! They are normally around £300. I really want a Red one put on mine to match the red wing mirrors and grill bar.
 

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I know that would be pretty awsome =D are they easy to fit yourself? I might keep an eye out for one on ebay, think I will struggle to get one cheap thats not black though.
 

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All brand new ones from the dealer come with just an undercoat. It's up to the seller to either pay the dealer to paint it or get it done privately. Cost me £60 to get it sprayed and fitted from a friend.
 

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Might save up and get one :D meanwhile ill keep a look out on ebay. Looks really good padelic
 

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How do you fit them?

I'm getting my roof rewrapped differently and might add one. That's assuming the guy could wrap onto primer only.
 

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Shouldn't be a problem wrapping a primed spoiler. I would guess they are bonded on but there may be bolts and so some drilling required. generally though if there isnt existing holes then bonded would be the way to go
 

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They're stuck on using an epoxy resin. Once they're on, they're on so you've got to be sure you want one. I used a resin called Sikaflex which the Vauxhall body shop recommended.
 

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Thanks Padelic, thought it would be bonded as there are no holes for bolted fitment. Does also mean you have to be very precise when sticking it on, nobody likes a wonky spoiler lol
 
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