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jav8or May 11, 1:05am - #176133 

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kam kit installation ease

i was just wondering, did anyone have any major or minor problems installing the kam kit for the celica?

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tony May 11, 1:39am - #176134 

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Kaminari is known for perfect fitment. But, I have seen a few that didn't fit and require some modification. My advice is to test-fit the kit prior to painting. As far as installation ease, it is pretty simple. Remove the front and back bumper and put the Kam ones on. The bumpers should come pre-drilled.

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Erick May 11, 2:35am - #176135 

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i agree with ^^^^^^ Tony the kam kit is known for excellent fitment that compares to OEM standards also is a nice clean lookin kit thumbsup

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jav8or May 11, 5:39am - #176136 

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yea i just wanted to know before i put mine on this weekend
thanx for you guys input

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SPec_ceLICA May 11, 5:44am - #176137 

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For sure very clean

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dea7hr0w May 11, 5:43pm - #176138 
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it fits perfectly except for the under guard fitment... that was the only problem i had... at high speeds it would force the plastic down adn scrap the panels also my right fender splash guard did not fit into place... buti just took it off... perhaps the shop did not fit it well... but i used two screws with bolt to lock in place... tell me how it goes when you get it back... best part is i never had any problems with scraping in the back since it was high enough... front i only scrapped twice
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mastro543 May 11, 10:22pm - #176139 

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Originally Posted by tony
Kaminari is known for perfect fitment. But, I have seen a few that didn't fit and require some modification. My advice is to test-fit the kit prior to painting. As far as installation ease, it is pretty simple. Remove the front and back bumper and put the Kam ones on. The bumpers should come pre-drilled.

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jav8or May 12, 5:15am - #176140 

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the guy im going to is concerned that he might have to drill more hole into the bodykit
i just want to abate his and my fears of a hard installation

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