Re: [DML] Front Spoiler Repair
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Re: [DML] Front Spoiler Repair

I really appreciate the advice, I figured I'd need a new part. 
But I am not adverse to trying to fix it first. Besides its really 
not that bad and in the right light you can't tell its cracked. I may 
use the money for a new binnacle instead.

I am cleaning my car top to bottom (for the first time in its life 
mind you!) and all I can say is, you concourse car owners are too 
tough! I simply don't have the patience. I've been taking things off 
and cleaning the car since Sunday a few hours at a time and I have 
many hours left and regret even starting this project! The 25+ year 
old grime on the bottom wasn't hurting anyone why did I have to go 
and disturb it! My wheel wells do look nice though, not that anyone 
will ever see them once the wheels are back where they belong.


Dan Haney 
vin 3254

> I'd still vote "new part" unless it's a very small crack.
> Steve
> VIN 2650 ("Project Delorean")

>however if the damage is bad you might want to 
> just spring for the
> new part.
> - VB

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