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10celica10
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2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Tacoma/Seattle, WA
Mar 9, 2:32am - #120409 
Need help deciding...

OK im getting the WW front lip, I have TRD skirts sitting in the garage and a TRD replica rear skirt. i dont want to add the rear skirt. Would you..

A, install Front sides and rear
B, Install front
C install front and sides
D install front, sell sides for kam sides

I dont really want to add the skirt to the rear, what should i do! would it look bad with just the front?

Any ideas would help!

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RevMonster
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2003 Toyota Celica

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Mar 9, 3:05am - #120410 
I'd install the front and sides... then get on the move quick to find a rear you like. Unless your car is dropped, the stock rear looks like it's three feet off the ground. thumbsdown

How come you don't want to install the TRD replica anyway?


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xmangt1
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Mar 9, 4:48am - #120411 
Yo Brian my Kam Kit & wheels really make my ride right about now...if you just do front & sides you'll look cheesy-U gotta do the whole thing man! Kam sides are sweet-but if you don't do the whole Kam Kit make sure everything flows dawg. X
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Northern California 707
Mar 9, 9:24am - #120412 
yeah, i'd do it all, for the sake of balance, but I really like the rear lip, so thats just my biased opinion


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Sultan
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Philadelphia, PA
Mar 9, 9:54am - #120413 
A

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10celica10
Who's yo Daddy?
10celica10
2000 Silver Toyota Celica GT
Who's yo Daddy?
2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Tacoma/Seattle, WA
Mar 9, 4:06pm - #120414 
Originally Posted by RevMonster
I'd install the front and sides... then get on the move quick to find a rear you like. Unless your car is dropped, the stock rear looks like it's three feet off the ground. thumbsdown

How come you don't want to install the TRD replica anyway?


Its gonna be lowered 2inches with sportline springs, The reason i dont want to use my replica is because i cant afford to paint it, also i just found a great price on a WW rear, so thats what i think i may do! WW front TRD sides WW rear? that sound good?

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Mar 9, 5:29pm - #120415 
WW front with Kam sides with Kam rear thumbsup thumbsup


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