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 Post subject: FG GT spoiler on a FG F6
Posted: Sat Jan 09, 2016 11:54 am 
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Basically trying to figure out if fitting a FG GT spoiler on my FG F6 will be a direct replacement meaning that the holes will match up perfectly for my F6 boot. Has anyone tried this and how did you go. The guy I spoke to is concerned about the middle holes not lining up right. Im trying to dodge the bondo and repaint as much as possible. Any ideas?

 

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 Post subject: Re: FG GT spoiler on a FG F6
Posted: Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:17 pm 
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i replaced an xr spoiler on an fg with an fg gt one. outside holes line up. the middle leg should both be centralised on the gt and f6 spoiler so the holes should line up that way, however probably best to measure the distance between the bolt holes on both to compare aswell. i cant see there being an issue, if it turns out not to line up you could always buy an xt bootlid in the right coulour and put the gt spoiler on there, then sell the f6 one...
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 Post subject: Re: FG GT spoiler on a FG F6
Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:38 pm 
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Update decided to dive in and buy the GT spoiler any way. Finds out that everything fit perfectly without any modifications to my knowledge. The guy who installed it said it went more smoothly than he expected.

 

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