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Just did mine with the 3M tape....doesn't seem to be going anywhere!!
That's a nice garage pic, right there..

a GJ, a big bike Honda and the immortal W123 300D.

Btw, I'm thinking too of slapping a 3M only rear spoiler (not big on drilling my baby)...
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That's a nice garage pic, right there..

a GJ, a big bike Honda and the immortal W123 300D.

Btw, I'm thinking too of slapping a 3M only rear spoiler (not big on drilling my baby)...
Thanks! You may like the other side also then. Sadly I may have to part with the 123. I'm feeling like a change.
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If the spoiler was taped on, do you think I could take it off in 3 years without any marks or damage to the paint? I have a lease, and I don't know if they would give me any grief if it was not bolted on. I'd like the option to just take it off (that's if I don't buy the car at lease end).
Use 3M Automotive molding tape, you'll be fine.



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Use 3M Automotive molding tape, you'll be fine.
I'll be fine.... in that I could take it off. Or, I'll be fine... in that I don't need to worry, it's never coming off?

Also, what kind of tape does the spoiler ship with? Should we use that or use the 3M tape.

I certainly think it's a worthwhile upgrade at the tape on price.
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I'll be fine.... in that I could take it off. Or, I'll be fine... in that I don't need to worry, it's never coming off?

Also, what kind of tape does the spoiler ship with? Should we use that or use the 3M tape.

I certainly think it's a worthwhile upgrade at the tape on price.
He provided the tape in the shipment along with hardware as well. It was 3M. I also ordered tape just in case but the one provided was thinner. So I used that. I did not use the hardware. I purchased from the same link on this thread for 109.
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Thanks! You may like the other side also then. Sadly I may have to part with the 123. I'm feeling like a change.
Nice bike. I'm trying to remember the brand with that tri blade, side bezel...

If there ever was an old school, virtually bulletproof/panzer-like, RWD daily driver that is great on fuel...the oil burner W123 300D would be it (miss driving my old man's 4sp manual 300D.). You'd part with it...NOOO!!!
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I wish it was a 4 spd. The bike is a. Yamaha warrior but the stopped production. Lots of mods on it. Great bike!
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@bja72774, ahh..I did suspect it as a Star. I like the "Bobber style" Bolt, ala Iron 883. As with the 300D, I miss my motorcycle days..back in the old country.

Back to topic, your JBM rear spoiler makes me think of getting one...the $109 painted via eBay is a very good deal.
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Just curious if this reduces the amount of dust buildup in the back of the car.
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Just curious if this reduces the amount of dust buildup in the back of the car.
Besides that great feature It also adds 5 more horsepower
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