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Old 12-01-2004, 07:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My passenger side sideskirt has a huge dent in it. Is there a way to take it off and put on a new one?
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the grey sideskirt? no, it's a type of coating paint right over the metal body sideskirt. you can remove the grey, and get to the body color below. if there's a dent in that, then you'll have to fill it.
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the grey sideskirt? no, it's a type of coating paint right over the metal body sideskirt. you can remove the grey, and get to the body color below. if there's a dent in that, then you'll have to fill it.
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Damn, its a big ole dent. I'll have to pull it out.
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then how are you supposed to replace them if you get say the m-technic body kit with new skirts?
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So if I get m3 sideskirts they just fit over my stock ones?
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Yes, you'll have to drill holes on the edge of the fender wells to mount them.
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