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momo168
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momo168 Feb 11, 4:53am - #397073 
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Installation of Vizage body kit...!

does anybody knows how to install the back part of the vizage kit?
please let me know... thanks.. ~!@~!@

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Zero Feb 11, 9:00pm - #397074 

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you need 3M doublesided sticky tape. mount them onto the bumper to find the best fit for it. then add the tape.

it should be that easy.

if not PM poweredbyrice or sbocaj55 they have it. thumbsup


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momo168 Feb 12, 1:11am - #397075 
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and it should hold it right? hehehe.. thanks man.
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sbocaj55 Feb 12, 2:20am - #397076 

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alright what you need to do:

hold up the back pieces to the location you want. You should have a friend to measure it while you hold it there to make sure it's straight etc. Then mark off where you drill the holes. There are two on the inside of the rear wheel well and one sorta on the bottom of the bumper toward the center of the car. Mark off those spots..drill holes.

wipe off the bumper with a good cleaner, and you'll want to use some adhesive promoter around where the double sided tape is. I also added a wider strip of 3M double sided tape on the kit...but didn't use adhesive promoter...i wish i would have because now i have gaps...

but anyway just peel off the ends of the dbl sided tape enough so that it sticks out of the top...screw in the 3 screws on each side...and then you can grab the tab of the tape and pull it off...pushing in on the kit to get good adhesion. You will probably end up having to add more double sided tape in the future...I need to do that now actually...

hope everything goes well...if you have any other questions feel free to ask wave
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RetroJ84 Feb 12, 2:40am - #397077 
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sounds like work...

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sbocaj55 Feb 12, 2:50am - #397078 

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eh well i sorta drew out the procedure to minute specifics to be as helpful and complete as possible. I got my car up on the lift, wheels off, kit on, wheels back on and off of the lift in like 2 hours with the help of my friend...well and his dad's sweet ass shop thumbsup
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momo168 Feb 12, 2:59am - #397079 
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i said just use crazy glue,, hehehehe J/K, that's even more jobs then when i installed the sides..

but that was a very good installation guide though.. thanks guys..
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sbocaj55 Feb 12, 3:06am - #397080 

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no prob wave
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