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Old 08-23-2004, 12:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I fooked up my side skirts and I'm going to buy some new ones, but I'm not sure how my stock ones come off... any ideas? or do they not come off?>
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Old 08-23-2004, 12:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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they are clipped on.... and a few screws in the wheel well
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Um, I don't think they come off, mine don't, anything I've read says you attach the new ones over the top.
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Heres the DIY

Tools: Blow Tourch, Crow bar, Super Glue

Heat the pannels up, then pry them off. When your done, super glue new ones on

Or, ask some one who isnt an idiot (<--ME)
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Old 08-23-2004, 01:23 AM   #5 (permalink)
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as in im the idiot-to clarify
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thank you. I have tivo, so atleast 1hr of seinfeld is recorded every day, not to mention the ones i happen to catch on other chanels. Ya, im sad.
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unless you have a m3 they don't come off they are part of the car.
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unless you have a m3 they don't come off they are part of the car.
M3 or the M styling, agreed

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so what you're saying is I can't buy OEM m3 side skirts and put them on my car then easily?
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No you can, they just get glued on over the top, and you won't have access to the jack holes. Well I'm not positive about that but that's what I've heard.
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Old 08-23-2004, 02:30 PM   #12 (permalink)
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So this will or will not work? I'm so torn as far as what I should do...

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You have a 325...... your sheet metal is shaped to look like GFXs.... the plastic body colored ones weren't put on cars till 1996 with the 328 and then later the 318 and 323s.... All the M3s have body color M3 specific lower panels that can be put on any model year 3 series.
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So what you're saying is buy aftermarket ones :P
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aaa...haa! so your the one that jacked the priced up to a bill plus already? your suppose to wait till last minute to bid heheheheeh.....I was lookin at that ebay one too lol.
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