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Old 07-16-2020, 07:58 PM
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I used BMW's beta link. That's after a failed attempt with 3m vht tape. But even with the beta link I ended up having to remove the upper spoiler and screw the new one on. Kept pulling up on one side. If you have to go this route, use very short screws. 1/4" or you will likely go through the top of your new spoiler.
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