spoiler- yes or no?

todd_cards

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I'm having trouble finding a naked trunk lid so I've contemplated just removing the spoiler and plugging the holes with thick rubber plugs.



like you said about the looks of different so i dont know what i want to go with, but ive tried plugging and ended up getting the wrong size and finally quit messing with it then and kept it on! not a bad look just was wanting something different
 

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Well, Im sure plugs can be found at a hardware store in many different sizes. And I'm sure they may even sell variety packs. With the weather being nice, I can go a few days or a week without having to worry about it leaking.
 

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This is simply "the grass is greener" thing imo. We get so used seeing w/ or w/o on our cars, and they make us want to change it. OEM's don't look bad at all, but I really do like the look of lip style in general.
 

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For me, I think it depends on your own preference. I thing they look good, but that's just me.
I think once these cars are dropped/slammed, the spoiler can be taken off and it looks nice. But Drowzee rocks his OEM spoiler on his ride height, so it just depends on preference.
 

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^ The third one actually looks kindda interesting. I mean the spoiler of it tho lol. I wish I could see it from the side.
 
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