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Mar 8, 1:58pm - #119720 
Fiberglass VS Poly Urethane

I think PU material is a lot nicer than FG from inside out, what do you guys think?

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Mar 8, 2:03pm - #119721 
not sure what your question is... but this link probably has your answer grin


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Mar 8, 4:57pm - #119722 
PU is a lot better if you're driving it a lot


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Mar 8, 5:22pm - #119723 
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I like em both..but prefer fiberglass...but poly urethane is nice to..doesn't chip like fiberglass frown


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Mar 8, 5:39pm - #119724 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
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I like em both..but prefer fiberglass...but poly urethane is nice to..doesn't chip like fiberglass frown


urethane just peels like an orange tongue


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Mar 8, 7:23pm - #119725 
Originally Posted by isaac
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I like em both..but prefer fiberglass...but poly urethane is nice to..doesn't chip like fiberglass frown


urethane just peels like an orange tongue


yea i know...but i mean...seeing fiberglass chip is ugly...i don't like it...cracks all over too. frown


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Mar 8, 9:13pm - #119726 
Then what is the best material to get for body kit?
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Mar 8, 9:26pm - #119727 
I got FG and i cna't stand it...cracks and chips for no freakin reason angry angry angry just drives me crazy...my friend has urthane or something like that and he says he can twist it and bend it (within reason) and it just goes back to normal thumbsup


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Mar 8, 9:28pm - #119728 
Originally Posted by Spencer
I got FG and i cna't stand it...cracks and chips for no freakin reason angry angry angry just drives me crazy...my friend has urthane or something like that and he says he can twist it and bend it (within reason) and it just goes back to normal thumbsup

for sure, if i had FG it would be destroyed by now


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Mar 8, 10:03pm - #119729 
urethane for the front is the safe route... usually you can get away with fiberglass sides and rear

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Mar 9, 1:46am - #119730 
Originally Posted by Sik_Wit_It
Originally Posted by Spencer
I got FG and i cna't stand it...cracks and chips for no freakin reason angry angry angry just drives me crazy...my friend has urthane or something like that and he says he can twist it and bend it (within reason) and it just goes back to normal thumbsup

for sure, if i had FG it would be destroyed by now

same here...thank god for urethane...lol

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Mar 9, 9:19am - #119731 
i think it depends on situation too, if it's a pure race car FG is better, but for daily driving PU is way better, thats why i'm getting one of both

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