So, I popped over to Pick'n'Pull yesterday afternoon, because I saw they had another Xterra hit the yard last week. I'm still looking for a nice rust-free, undented rear bumper for my '01 "Greenie". Also looking for the retractable cargo cover that goes behind the rear seat. Anyways, when I walked around the back of the junker (which had taken a considerable front-end impact), I spot a spoiler or air deflector mounted on the top of the rear hatch. I know these are kind of rare and sought-after (right?), so I begin to remove it, thinking it would look great on "Greenie". I notice that the "wing" is attached to the rear hatch by small machine screws through the legs of the wing and into threaded inserts in the top of the hatch. At first I thought these were welded or fused in, but since these are so rare (I've only seen 2 X's with these in my life), I began to think they couldn't be factory installed, and must have been dealer installed, so they wouldn't be welded, but maybe installed in a manner similar to a pop-rivet. Can anybody shed any light on this? I would just go back to Pick'n'Pull and snag the whole rear hatch, but that would be expensive and I would then have to have it repainted to match my X.