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    As some you may know @ PVS, Big Phil kindly allowed me to purchase his old rear boot lip spoiler from him. Well since that day the spoilers been sat in my garage have layer upon layer of star silver paint applied. Ans nows the time for fitting. Problem is what do i use to fix it to the boot lid. Would sooner bond it on than screw it on, don't fancy drilling the boot lid incase I get it wrong. Do Vauxhall sell a bonding kit, Be it tape or something. Help please.

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    just get some trim tape from your local motor factors.... it's a thin foam double sided tape and it's purpose made for this job..

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    Cheers Mark. As ever going the extra mile

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    Tigerseal - it's holding my entire bodykit on.
    Great stuff.

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    if you can't get some. i'll get some and post it back up to you or send it to leicester with payney??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott View Post
    Tigerseal - it's holding my entire bodykit on.
    Great stuff.
    this could do it..but the edges that hold it on are narrow....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsi3.2 View Post
    this could do it..but the edges that hold it on are narrow....
    It will hold anything - when it's dry is virtually a permanent bond.
    Real easy to work with too - check the pics of my car - thats all Tigerseal.

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    LOL.. i know tigerseal well...i buy it by the box.....

    lets just say that trim tape is more appropriate in this application, as VX even fit that lip spoiler with it at the factory

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    Ok, no probs.

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    Thanks people. I'll give the local motor factors a try tomorrow. If they've not got any I'll send you a PM.

    Thanks again.

    Dave

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