505 series 2 front spoiler on series 1
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    Default 505 series 2 front spoiler on series 1

    Hi all

    As the title suggests I would like to know if the front spoiler of a series 2 505 will fit on a series 1? Is it separate from the front bumper or is it all one piece?

    If it fits I'll be after one so if you know of one lying around in Canberra please let me know.

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    Ky

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    It can be done, but you need to change the front guards too, as they are different. The series 2 guards are cut off much higher in front of the wheel.
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    Series 2 bumpers are much more liable to breakage by going over kerbs etc than Series ones, so you've got to take a lot more care.
    I suggest an Executive bumper might be another option
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    I wasn't counting on changing the front guards, I think definitely the executive bumper is the answer, thanks for the tip. Now all if have to do is find one

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    I have a spare Executive bumper. I was going to fit it to my sons car, but I've repaired his to a state where it looks acceptable. $40.00 + freight (I can probably arrange freight to Melbourne at a reasonable cost).
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    Yes, Series 2 are a lot more prone to breakage.

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    $40 sounds good but freight costs to Canberra might kill it. How much does it weigh at a guess?

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