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mastro543
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Feb 5, 9:07am - #97751 
Painting the Veilside

Ok well im gonna paint my veilside 1 kit soon...i bought it for 700 the guy i bought it from like 4 months ago said it was a genuine but im not sure i think its a replica( theirs reasons why)...w.e my los...ok well i want to get it painted but before i went out to get it painted i wanted an estimate from ppl who got their body kits painted ... so pretty much how much did you guys pay for install and painting???? Thanks


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Feb 5, 11:11am - #97752 
if you bought it for 700 i hope its real.. cause you can get a replica a lot cheaper

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Feb 5, 11:12am - #97753 
look to pay anywhere from 600 - 1200 depending on fitment.

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Feb 5, 11:14am - #97754 
If it's real it should have veilside stamped/engraved on every piece. To paint & install should be around $6-700, that's what I've been quoted, depends how well it fits.

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Feb 5, 3:01pm - #97755 
it's probably replica, look for Veilside engravings on them...
my kit was 500 for paint...so figure the same for yous...


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Feb 5, 3:21pm - #97756 
Try it out first...and see if the fitment is alright, because you don't want to paint it and then figure out that the fitment is all wrong...then that would be a waste of time and money.

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Feb 5, 8:17pm - #97757 
Originally Posted by Virgilson
Try it out first...and see if the fitment is alright, because you don't want to paint it and then figure out that the fitment is all wrong...then that would be a waste of time and money.


Word. If alterations are required then it would be a waste of paint.


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Feb 5, 8:20pm - #97758 
Isnt veilside a perfect match to factory so you can put it on yourself? Just a quick question!

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Feb 5, 10:17pm - #97759 
I was under the impression that it was a perfect fit ,but I could be wrong .

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