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2kVeilsideGTS
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2kVeilsideGTS Sep 2, 5:42am - #265250 

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Jacksonville, FL
People with front bumper replacements!

you have to remove the engine plastics and the wheel well in order to put on the Veilside Front bumper but i can't get the plastics back in. 2 questions

1. how bad is it not having them there?

2. Has anyone solved this problem with custom modification and if so with what materials and how hard was it?
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XxMerlinxX
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XxMerlinxX Sep 2, 6:00am - #265251 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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You can't get the wheel well plastics back in? Hmmm... that's strange. Anyway, the engine plastics aren't needed at all. The wheel well plastics... I don't know, I've been driving without mine for at least 2 months and I haven't had any problems. It should be ok.

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celicat23
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celicat23 Sep 2, 9:54am - #265252 

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Think about all the small rocks and stuff that normally just hits the inside of the wheel well plastic. Without that, it'll hit the inside of your fenders, and they'll eventually start to rust.
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xvtxboi508x
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xvtxboi508x Sep 2, 9:59am - #265253 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Ma, USA
Originally Posted by celicat23
Think about all the small rocks and stuff that normally just hits the inside of the wheel well plastic. Without that, it'll hit the inside of your fenders, and they'll eventually start to rust.
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