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Craig from New Zealand

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Really like the rear bumper fit. That looks great!

 

Thanks, It fit really good all the way around, except it was hanging out a little bit on the lower left side. So what we did was add 4 layers of fiberglass to the inside curve, then sanded down the outside for a perfect fit. We also tighten up the edge that follows the tailpanel to get a smaller gap. I think I'll have my manufacturer move the scribe line further out for a tighter fit. You can always sand the edge down if you want it wider.

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Thanks, It fit really good all the way around, except it was hanging out a little bit on the lower left side. So what we did was add 4 layers of fiberglass to the inside curve, then sanded down the outside for a perfect fit. We also tighten up the edge that follows the tailpanel to get a smaller gap. I think I'll have my manufacturer move the scribe line further out for a tighter fit. You can always sand the edge down if you want it wider.

 

Rear bumper looks awesome, so is that fiberglass or a modified steel one?

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We we're wondering why we couldn't get the hood to go sideways, Dynacorn welded nuts in the hood instead of the factory J-clips, so we drilled them out and installed the clips.

 

That's total crap! Seems like it'd be more work to weld them in than install the J-clips. D!ck move.

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