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hucke150
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hucke150 Feb 22, 7:07am - #108683 

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installing veilside side skirts

Need some help. I am due to get my veilside ff gt kit from veilside monday and need to know how to install the side skirts. Not sure on weather or not to keep the original skirts on or not. If i do need to take them off then do i use original clips to fasten the under portion of the skirt? Already know about the screws that need to be drilled on the ends. thanks for the help
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spaztikid Feb 22, 8:08am - #108684 
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the new skirts go over the stock ones... seems like you know the rest.
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Eyger Feb 22, 11:49am - #108685 

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You can also think about using a double sided 3M foam adhesive tape. It re-enforces the connection between the car and the skirt.

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VSGTS14 Feb 22, 3:52pm - #108686 

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you can leave the stock skirts on or off...i'm not sure if mine were taken off...

the side skirts have predrilled holes on each end for you to use...

and I suggest 3m tape for the portion that runs along the door frame, otherwise they could drill there like they did mine frown
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hucke150
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hucke150 Feb 22, 4:01pm - #108687 

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Thanks for the help. ill let you know how the install goes and post some pics
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Evan Feb 23, 5:01am - #108688 

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Yeah most people leave them on, I think, but my shop took them off. idunno

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