BMW 2002 WIDE air dam

bmw 2002 air dam
bmw 2002 air dam
bmw 2002tii front  spoiler
bmw 2002 bumper
bmw 2002 turbo air dam chin spoiler
bmw 2002 touring air dam
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bmw 2002 air dam
bmw 2002 air dam
bmw 2002tii front  spoiler
bmw 2002 bumper
bmw 2002 turbo air dam chin spoiler
bmw 2002 touring air dam
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bmw 2002 turbo dam
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BMW 2002 WIDE air dam

from 400.00

Due to many requests, I am happy to announce the ALL NEW aluminum Full Width versions! just as the original, hand made right here in California from .065 3003 Aluminum. a functional and classy alternative to bulky fiberglass designs.  ("short" version is 1" less than "long" version)

wide version will require more installer skill and discretion, as every car is a little different (especially after a few minor bumps and bruises and a repaint or two)  HIGH MOUNT version is a larger overall air dam & wraps around the fenders, meeting up with the wheel house lip.

The low mount version is similar to our standard air dam, (mounts at lower flange) only wider! May require more installer skill & some finesse/adjustment compared to standard width unit.

ships with stainless steel metric hardware, in custom wooden crate.

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this version is designed to be installed ABOVE the bead detail on valence. please note when ordering if you plan to install a front bumper in conjunction with this unit. (requiring a notch cut in the mounting flange that will effect the fit and ease of installation greatly.)

all air dam/ chin spoilers are bare metal, ready to paint. no mounting holes are drilled. (this may change over time, with customer feedback) come in custom fitted wooden crate for shipping

Finish: all of my metal air dams are about hand made, not stamped, and therefore about 90% "ready to paint" (depending on the level of finish required) most customers are satisfied with a simple "scuff, prime and paint" (or "leave raw and keep it oiled" even) but to achieve a "show quality" paint finish, expect to do some light filler work or at least a high build polyester primer and block sand.