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Wings West Kit #399282 Feb 13, 7:49pm Feb 13, 7:49pm
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Wings West Kit
ok, i have a red celica and i want put a wings west kit on. are they perfect fit and are they predrilled? i want to install it myself but let the body shop paint them. what do i need to do so that the color match perfect/near perfect? no i am not goint to paint the whole car.

Re: Wings West Kit [Re: Celica_Zheng] #399283 Feb 13, 8:24pm Feb 13, 8:24pm
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Re: Wings West Kit [Re: barefoott4] #399284 Feb 13, 9:06pm Feb 13, 9:06pm
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i belive they are not predrilled, but are goign to fit unless are knockoffs. kinda a funny, knockoff of knockoffs wink The bodyshop will jsut need to match it to the paint of your car if its older and faided. If possible leve them with a gas door or bumper to match it to.

Re: Wings West Kit [Re: hombredelassrtas] #399285 Feb 14, 12:47am Feb 14, 12:47am
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wings west is not pre-drilled but it is not necessary.

the front and rear snug the bumpers perfectly. the front lip sits over the existing stock lip, just slide it over and screw it in (screws included). the rear apron has double sided tape, put it in position & stick it on, then screw it on. the side skirts are the tricky ones, mine didn't fit and i had to have the door sill part cut to fit so the door could close completely, but again it has double sided tape, so stick then screw.

you can easily do it yourself. all that is necessary is jacking up your car, removing your rims, sticking, and then screwing.

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