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I own a 2014 LTZ put the 20 in staggered Camaro wheels on, MGP caliber covers and moved the rear spoiler back about 1/2 inch, it looks and rides great.
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I like what you've done here. did you re-drill the deck lid or did you make up a bracket to relocate the spoiler further back?
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I like what you've done here. did you re-drill the deck lid or did you make up a bracket to relocate the spoiler further back?
I agree with Joe, I like the spoiler relocated. It does look more aggressive and sporty. Not a big fan personally of blacked out wheels but those look good. Nice job all the way around.



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I like it. I have a 2018 LT and I’m trying to get the bumper that goes to the LTZ/Premiere love those cutouts and I’m going to do the spoiler eventually. Is the spoiler hard to install?
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I like it. I have a 2018 LT and Iím trying to get the bumper that goes to the LTZ/Premiere love those cutouts and Iím going to do the spoiler eventually. Is the spoiler hard to install?
Spoiler isn't hard to install, just annoying since you have to drill. I'm mechanic at a Chevy dealership so I can post service manual instructions if you want
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