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tbone8ty
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tbone8ty May 15, 6:16pm - #15776 
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rear spoiler differences

I was wondering if there was any difference in quality between the Riceboy TRD style wing and the actual TRD wing. The riceboy is a lot cheaper, just wondering why?
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Steven
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Steven May 16, 6:47am - #15777 
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Of course there are differences in quality. Why do you think the genuine is more expensive than the knock off? Although, there are some well made knock offs available.
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isaac
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isaac May 16, 7:07am - #15778 
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what the heck are you talking about "riceboy TRD style"???

basically - anything that says "style" means that its a copy of the original form. Its made too look just like the original (meaning, if you cannot afford the original, you buy one that is the same style)

You ever seen fast food chains like "McDonalds" and "Jack in the Box"... well then you probably have seen the knock-off fast food places such as "Mac Donalds" and "Box in the Box"

Another popular example would be "VONS" grocery store and "JONS"

...

basically, a body kit is the same thing... but in for the single fact that the intention of "style"-type bodykit, is to be a REPLICA of the original (for less the price)

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