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joylover24
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joylover24 Jun 9, 2:19pm - #195668 

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body kit question

so i just got my kit installed and it looks sweet. However what do you do about the plastic under cladding? It no longer has anything to attach to, and it drags on the ground. what did you do to correct this problem?

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booyaolian
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booyaolian Jun 9, 2:35pm - #195669 
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cut off the center piece. that is what i did.
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celicatalbot Jun 9, 3:15pm - #195670 
2003 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica GT
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I just made new holes, and re-attached them!

My car might be slow, but at least it looks nice!
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joylover24
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joylover24 Jun 9, 5:30pm - #195671 

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cut it off, arent you worried about water getting into the air Intake? I have an AEM CAI, if you had stock you would have no problem.

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v3n0m
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v3n0m Jun 9, 5:32pm - #195672 

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use zip ties
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Zero Jun 9, 7:05pm - #195673 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
use zip ties


i was gonna say that too, v3n0m !! rofl thumbsup

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SurfsUpDude Jun 11, 10:17am - #195674 

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i had the same prob so i used black zip ties and zipped um to my mesh screen on my body kit to blend in, cant notice and works great!

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Chico
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Chico Jun 11, 2:51pm - #195675 

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humm Zip ties are life savers.. I took my car to get an oil change.. and those basters lost screws. and they used wires to keep it in place.. humm when did my oil change, I came across that problem... I didn't know what to use to keep that cover in place, no screw would fit in that sucker, so my girl gave me zip ties.. and hehe no problems here.. Just of that, I never take my car to have an oil change.. I do it my self now!

Oh yeah, use Zip Ties!! thumbsup
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Chico
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Chico Jun 11, 2:52pm - #195676 

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ZERO!!!!!! you have a very hot avatar! grin
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robare99 Jun 11, 2:55pm - #195677 

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joylover24
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joylover24 Jun 11, 3:08pm - #195678 

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yeah i ended up making some brackets

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