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For sale: Carbon fiber spoiler for Model S

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by Dysong1, Jun 1, 2013.

  1. Dysong1

    Dysong1 Member

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    Have a brand new spoiler which was never installed. Asking $650 or best offer, plus shipping if applicable (i am on east coast). PM me if interested.
     
  2. mpbruin108

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  3. MATTEmarc

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    Can do pickup. PM'd you
     
  4. asim77

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    Do you still have it?
     
  5. Dysong1

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    Congrats on selling your spoiler.
    Question: did you have this on your car, and if so, how did you remove it?
     
  7. 100thMonkey

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    just a heads up for anyone trying to remove it, it's very easy to crack them upon removal, the spoiler is quite brittle. according to the shop here there is only one way to do it... best to have it removed by a service center. the guy who did my wrap was very careful and still cracked it.
     
  8. 4sevens.com

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    use floss to remove
     
  9. mpbruin108

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    floss is the best way to remove a lot of this stuff. However, I find thread from sewing needles works well and hold up better. Once you go through once, you don't even really have to pull on it hard..it just comes off. Can't get much easier than that.
     
  10. MATTEmarc

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    Tesla recommends using piano or guitar strings. They are far stronger than floss.
     
  11. CAdreamin

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    Nylon fishing line will work, along with some goo-gone to help release the adhesive.
     
  12. Kenneth chapman

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    Can you apply this to an s85?
     

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