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Thread: Stay, front fender 108692... lower point attaches WITH spoiler or independent of it?

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    Senior Member Jonathan's Avatar
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    Stay, front fender 108692... lower point attaches WITH spoiler or independent of it?

    Getting things back together after having removed my front fascia and trying to do it right.

    There is one of these on each side: http://store.delorean.com/p-9392-stay-frt-fender.aspx

    The lower end of this brace connects to the bottom edge of the quarter panel. My question is whether it also attaches together with the far corner of the spoiler?

    What makes me wonder is this screw on the front fascia page: http://store.delorean.com/p-9711-sems-screw-m5.aspx

    There is no separate hole in the lower edge of the quarter panel for these two things to screw into independently and so figured they must be one and the same. Correct?

    I have found a number of fasteners either missing on my front end or stripped out and am trying to figure out the puzzle of it all and get it back the way it was intended. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan View Post
    Getting things back together after having removed my front fascia and trying to do it right.

    There is one of these on each side: http://store.delorean.com/p-9392-stay-frt-fender.aspx

    The lower end of this brace connects to the bottom edge of the quarter panel. My question is whether it also attaches together with the far corner of the spoiler?

    What makes me wonder is this screw on the front fascia page: http://store.delorean.com/p-9711-sems-screw-m5.aspx

    There is no separate hole in the lower edge of the quarter panel for these two things to screw into independently and so figured they must be one and the same. Correct?

    I have found a number of fasteners either missing on my front end or stripped out and am trying to figure out the puzzle of it all and get it back the way it was intended. Thanks.

    Hi Jonathan,

    You are correct. Here's a picture of mine if it helps any...

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    Senior Member Jonathan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC-81 View Post
    Hi Jonathan,

    You are correct. Here's a picture of mine if it helps any...

    image.jpg
    Yes, it certainly does help! Thanks a lot, Dana!
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