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Old 03-13-2010, 07:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry body kit install???

welll im having some issues... im not quite sure how to install my body kit. everywhere i look people say just screw it on then gring the heads off and bondo over the holes.. well thats shit! cuz thats what was on my car and then the screws fell out and my kit was full of holes sooo i was wondering if anyone had any tips???
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Rivets usually do the job. i don't think i have ever mounted a kit using screws.
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but then im still left with a rivet on my skirt? im lookin for a nice flush body line no screws or shit like that visible...
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Hang the kit on the car, then use a marker to draw a line where the grilles hang over the kit. Then drill and place your rivets behind said line. as far as the skirts are concerned, use the rivets inside the wheel wells. once you paint and mount the parts back on the vehicle, the rivet heads should be hard to spot.
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done this once or twice lol
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you can allso try some 3M double sided tape i heard it workds but what german speed demon said also try putting ribbets in the fender wells
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