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Side Window and Side door Scoops Question.

Old 05-08-2006, 07:30 PM
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Default Side Window and Side door Scoops Question.

Is it safe to order these of the net?
I see how most attatch using 3M tape....
My question is ... will they actually stay on at high speeds?
Will they take the paint off my car if they ever get damaged for some reason and I have to take them off? (say hail damage)

Are the dealer parts made any differently or use something diff than the 3M tape If I order these from say where I got my car?
Would this be safer for my paint warranty etc?

Thanx in advance
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Old 05-08-2006, 11:33 PM
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Default RE: Side Window and Side door Scoops Question.

i have side quarter scoops and side widow scoops and they held up to over 120 mph... so i think they wont be coming off anytime soon..
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