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tai_mai_shu
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tai_mai_shu Apr 12, 1:41am - #440275 

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Vielside replica kit question?

I have had my vielside replica kit for a while and have been lazy tryin to get it molded and painted... But heres my question, I installed the sideskirts and and the end of the sideskirt towards the rear wheel where it flares up there is a gap between the body and the kit, has anyone had this problem, if so did you get it fiberglassed? Or is there any other way that i can fix this without it costing me a fortune. I have pics jus look in my profile you cann see the gap in the first pic of te front of my car. Thanks for the help.

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hombredelassrtas Apr 12, 2:18am - #440276 

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yes its common with vs replicas. the only real thing you can do is: rivit that top aprt to ur car. sue bondo to cover up teh rivit. then ahve the shop paint it on ur car frown sorry buddy. Thats why i am getting kam sides with vs kit thumbsup

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v3n0m Apr 12, 3:24am - #440277 

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That's what happens when you buy a replica...rivet the skirt in and that'll fix it.
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tai_mai_shu
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tai_mai_shu Apr 12, 4:40am - #440278 

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thanks guys for the help, its ok i have no regrets fits excellent its jus the sides that are gettin to me.

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