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Anonymous Mar 27, 4:11am - #10425 
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best blitz kit?

i was just wondering what you guys would recommend..the blitz urethane or fiberglass?? which one is better? how do each fit?? any other info about them..thanx
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Grand-Touring-Dan
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Grand-Touring-Dan Mar 27, 4:46am - #10426 
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To be honest with you man, I haven't heard very many good things about the blitz kit. I hear the fitment isn't all that great. But its up to you on the material you want. Everyone seems to think that urethane is the better one because its stronger. well all of that talk isn't true. There is a link somwhere (I can't find it) that clears everything up. I personally am going to go with fiberglass when I get my kit.

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Karrion28 Mar 27, 6:54am - #10427 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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I actually have two blitz front bumpers. My fist was fiberglass and it broke when I hit a pothole (P.A roads suck), so then I got a urethane bumper. I just recently hit a deer and nothing happened to my bumper, so I would recommend urethane if you dont mind the extra weight.
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BATmobile
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BATmobile Mar 28, 8:46am - #10428 

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i have the BLITZ front in fiberglass. nothing has happened to it yet. the blitz is really big but after having it on a while you get use to it but you do have to be careful!! i am also getting a urethane, my advise is get a urethane to be on the safe side. THE BLITZ FRONT IS THE BEST!!! thumbsup
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