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SmutasticGT
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SmutasticGT Nov 20, 1:56am - #331180 

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Body Kits from KrazyKustomz.com...

http://www.krazykustomz.com/0004celica.html


What do you guys think...any input about fitment or quality? anybody have any experiance or bout kits from this site?...they seem legit, I talked to one of the sales rep today and he says fitment and quality are great and fiberglass is better then urethane, any truth to this?

Im looking to get the replica veilside kit or the Kmax kit
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BATmobile
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BATmobile Nov 20, 2:22am - #331181 

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got my veislide kitfrom them and the fit was great thumbsup
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blitzceli
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blitzceli Nov 20, 5:23am - #331182 

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id just get an authentic kit to be sure that fitment is good.. bomex, buddy club2, visage, ww

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Polykarb
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Polykarb Nov 20, 6:31am - #331183 

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Originally Posted by SmutasticGT

http://www.krazykustomz.com/0004celica.html


What do you guys think...any input about fitment or quality? anybody have any experiance or bout kits from this site?...they seem legit, I talked to one of the sales rep today and he says fitment and quality are great and fiberglass is better then urethane, any truth to this?

Im looking to get the replica veilside kit or the Kmax kit


Hey, shithead. They'll say anything to make you buy their product. tongue rofl

PS- my springs ship monday, and erick (300Z TT), said he's got hook-up so call me when you get your springs.

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Workshop4Ever
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Workshop4Ever Nov 20, 2:53pm - #331184 

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it depends on what your looking for...fiberglass will look a lot better...but it can crack pretty easily. It spider-cracks like a windshiled. So you have to be careful drving around with one. Urethane is stronger...and won't spidercrack. I was looking at buying one from them too...cuz i heard RacerWheel.com sucks

Always remember....The Early Bird May Get The Worm, But The Second Mouse Gets The Cheese!
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celicat23
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celicat23 Nov 20, 2:59pm - #331185 

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They sure as hell ain't interrested in customers, that's for sure. Sent them 2 mails stating I want to buy some products, but they havn't even bothered answering.

Customer service? What's that? Motherf...
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SmutasticGT
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SmutasticGT Nov 20, 7:36pm - #331186 

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thanx for the input guys thumbsup

and polykarb..."shithead"...ill remember that fucker lol rofl
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SmutasticGT
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SmutasticGT Nov 20, 7:38pm - #331187 

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Originally Posted by Workshop4Ever
it depends on what your looking for...fiberglass will look a lot better...but it can crack pretty easily. It spider-cracks like a windshiled. So you have to be careful drving around with one. Urethane is stronger...and won't spidercrack. I was looking at buying one from them too...cuz i heard RacerWheel.com sucks


When dealing with fiberglass kits will the paint always spider crack...is that like a given? is it any good for the long run?
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