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Any tips so I don't damage my car during the install?
as some of the others have mentioned, I just used fishing line to cut through the tape on the stock GT spoiler. the only thing I would suggest it that when you go to take it off, leave 2 of the 4 nuts barely attached (1 on each side), so that if you accidentally lose control of the spoiler while trying to get it out, it won't come out and scratch the car.
2012 BOSS 302
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Does this spoiler from the "Spoiler Store" use all (4) holes or just (2)?? I also heard there is additional 3M tape that is needed to secure the ends. Is this true?
it uses two of the original ones plus two extra ones that need drilling. Some people don't do the extra holes but I did. I closed the unused holes with red loctite gasket silicone so it wouldn't show too much.
This is how it looks from the inside of the trunk:
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