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Herrod Helper Rear Spoiler (Street Wing)
Herrod Helper Rear Spoiler (Street Wing)


 
This is an reproduction of the original Herrod Helper (street version) which was made from regular steel in the 70s and 80s, but this version is made out of aluminum (raw finish). All parts are CNC laser cut and bent on a CNC brake, and stainless steel hardware is included.

**Please note that the finish on this wing is RAW ALUMINUM (not polished, nor "show quality") and may have imperfections (i.e. marks from the jig used to bend and/or scuffs and minor scratches from handling that you may decide you want to buff or polish out).
** Please also note: To make the installation, you will need to source (separately) two pieces of 1" x 4", 3mm thick adhesive-back foam.

As seen in Hot VW's Magazine in the mileage motor series: The installation of this rear wing will help your car's stability over 60mph, and actually improves aerodynamics and MPG slightly.

Price: $89.95

: HERROD-HELPER


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Overview
 
This is an reproduction of the original Herrod Helper (street version) which was made from regular steel in the 70s and 80s, but this version is made out of aluminum (raw finish). All parts are CNC laser cut and bent on a CNC brake, and the wing kit comes with stainless steel hardware.

The installation of this rear wing will help your car's stability over 60mph, and actually improves aerodynamics and MPG slightly.

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  6 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Herrod Helper Information December 17, 2013
Reviewer: Gary Herrod from Placerville, CA United States  
John Herrod was my grandfather, and he produced thousands of the original Herrod Helpers. They were all steel back then, but these aluminum ones are a good reproduction of the originals. It's great to see people still enjoying them - they really do work! For those interested, there were originally 2 different Herrod Helper versions, the street one reproduced here, and an off-road version that was produced for a limited time called the "Magnum."

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