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Big_Papa_J
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Big_Papa_J May 17, 2:22am - #179344 
2000 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Extreme Dimensions Blitz Kit

I just got my Blitz body kit from Extreme Dimensions. I could only get the front bumper in Urethane, the rest is fibreglass. My bodyman is an instructor at a college but he's not real familiar with the kits. We were just wondering what product would be the best to bond the side skirts to the body? Should we strip the paint down to the metal? Someone please help!!!!!
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spaztikid May 17, 2:24am - #179345 
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why not just screw them on like normal...

but if you want the molded look you should meet my freind bondo... you'll be seeing a lot of each other.
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Big_Papa_J May 17, 10:03am - #179346 
2000 Red Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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I had the stock bumpers off mine the other day and the front fit was perfect, the rear...not so good. The side skirts I have go way up the quarter, I'm not really interested in putting screws there. Gotta be moulded in there!!!!! Any suggestions?
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