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jtevo4gts02
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jtevo4gts02 Sep 23, 6:23am - #47290 
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lambo doors

damn i wanted to do a lambo door conversion. but i wasn't thinkin at the time i had them mold my side skirt's so now i can't do it i think.. is there any other way?????????????????????
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Satoshi Sep 23, 6:27am - #47291 
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i think i remember phatcelly saying that you can still have lambo doors with moulded side skirts...i dont see why it should be a difference moulded or not anyways.. confused
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jtevo4gts02 Sep 23, 12:06pm - #47293 
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HOW IS THAT DON'T YOU HAVE TO TAKE OFF YOUR FENDER IF YOUR GONNA PUT LAMBO DOORS
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trog2233 Sep 23, 12:15pm - #47294 

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First of all...a little button called CAPS!!! grin

But my guess would be when you mold in ur sides the doors tend to bounce off the side skirts if ur not careful and will crack them grin
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CeliCaRM2001 Sep 23, 12:31pm - #47295 
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i think he means since he cant take off his fenders cause his side skirts are molded to them and you have to take the fenders off to install the lambo doors
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trog2233 Sep 23, 12:34pm - #47296 

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Originally Posted by CeliCaRM2001
i think he means since he cant take off his fenders cause his side skirts are molded to them and you have to take the fenders off to install the lambo doors


OHHHHH ok ...sorry misunderstood the question grin
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PhatCellyGt Sep 23, 1:02pm - #47297 
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You have to do all the work inside the fender w/ it on...it's a real pain in the arse, but I've done it a couple times.

You first have to cut the inner fender out, then you can take off the hinges and the door...attach the new hinge to the car (with the door off) and then hold the door to the car and attach the hinge to it.
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Satoshi Sep 23, 6:33pm - #47298 
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okay, i understand the point. but ,, its possible.
you can remove the fender and molded side skirts together. right?

btw, have you finished painting them?

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jtevo4gts02 Sep 23, 11:53pm - #47299 
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no i haven't finished paintin them. im still doin body work to the car.
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EuRoBoYGT Sep 24, 12:03am - #47300 

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that pic is cool satoshi

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