Another great crack and split filler is plastic dip. The product found at the general hardware store for dipping the handles of tools into to create the "rubber" like grip. When the chin spoiler breaks, it tends to seperate. Get a small turnbuckle 3-4" and fasten it across the break from the back of the spoiler. I used 3/8" hex self tapping and drove the screw right thrugh the front of the spoiler. Leave about 1/8" GAP, then glop in the dip with a disposable brush. Tighten the turnbuckle, grind off the screw tips and apply several coats of the "dip' to cover the seam and surrounding damage. It drys almost unoticable and remains flexable. An $8 can should do about 5 years worth of damage (yuk).
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