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Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures... #381997 Jan 23, 9:11pm Jan 23, 9:11pm
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Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures...
Im getting my front bumper replaced and thought why not go for a body kit, but I really dont like any of the rear bumpers.. I was wondering if putting just an aftermarket front bumper and sideskirts would look weird with the stock rear bumper.. Just curious, feel free to voice opinions thanx

Re: Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures... [Re: Kenton2k] #381998 Jan 23, 9:16pm Jan 23, 9:16pm
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Yea it would look very weird since the aftermarket kits are about 2 inches lower than stock. It will bug the hell out of you. Have you seen the Kam rear? It looks like stock but with side vents, i'd go with that if you really like the look of a stock rear. Hope it helps.

Re: Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures... [Re: Pissprinkler] #381999 Jan 23, 9:21pm Jan 23, 9:21pm
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yeah the whole kam kit is thumbsup especially if you like the look of stock but want a little something different


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Re: Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures... [Re: celikitten] #382000 Jan 24, 6:17pm Jan 24, 6:17pm
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Re: Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures... [Re: VSGTS14] #382001 Jan 24, 8:47pm Jan 24, 8:47pm
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it will look weird

Re: Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures... [Re: fonz182] #382002 Jan 24, 9:40pm Jan 24, 9:40pm
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Kam frnt/rear w/RMM sides...

In my opinion the best mix rice

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Re: Opinions About Body Kit Mixtures... [Re: Johnny_Wolf] #382003 Jan 25, 12:02pm Jan 25, 12:02pm
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that looks slick thumbsup im a fan of the kam sides tho smile

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