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Old 05-06-2011, 09:14 PM   #11
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The fit of it can be troublesome sometimes but if you know how to work with urethane you can make it fit wonderfully. The only issue I had with was the gap it left on the corner by the headlight. Not sure if you can see it in the picture but it was just a minor gap that really isn't noticeable unless you are right on top of it. I would strongly suggest you have it painted and fitted by a professional body person so you know that it would have the proper fit that you would like.
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Old 05-06-2011, 10:03 PM   #12
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. I would strongly suggest you have it painted and fitted by a professional body person so you know that it would have the proper fit that you would like.
it just so happens i am one of them went to school for autobody and workin in a body shop i got the tools and the skills to make it look nice and itll definetly be painted may get black primer in the mean time because as youll see my car needs a paint job despretly i just havent had the time to do it/ have to many other body mods to start and or finish before it canbe painted
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Old 05-07-2011, 12:57 PM   #13
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Damn you Don. Lol jk.
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Old 05-07-2011, 02:40 PM   #14
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he just posted at the right time lol hes local enough i dont have to worry about shipping and the price isnt too bad and its gonna look sweet. little cracks dont bother me at work we use this stuff called ridgid red by a company called crest and that stuff is awesome for repairig urethane. it doesnt crack back out and has a adhesion promoter in it so it feathers into the bumper better than anything else ive used so it takes less primer work. ive use it on some minor repairs at work like this where its not an insurance claim so their trying to do it cheap and have never had anyone comeback and have problems with it
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Old 05-07-2011, 07:54 PM   #15
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Crest makes some of the best repair products out there. I have used some of their resins before on my old fenders. I was combining fiberglass vents with the original metal fenders before and bonded them perfectly. It worked great for what I needed it to do. Only had one problem but that was my fault that it happened and that was were it bubbled up on the one fender shortly after it was painted. But other than that I have used some of their stuff before and have no complaints about it. I just used the 3M repair kit on this because I didn't have access to the really good stuff at the time.

Hey Joe, just let me know when would be a good time for you next Saturday so you can pick this up.
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depends a little on where im meetin ya but im geussing id get down there around 2ish
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