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I was hoping someone would be able to help me with the fitment issues I’m having with my OEM JDM spats. I’ve been using 3M double-sided body panel adhesive, I’ve tried both the half inch and 7/8 inch tape but that last few inches at the bottom keeps pulling away from the body. Anyone have any ideas on other ways to attach them or to close that gap better? It’s driving me nuts.
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On the bottom inner of the spat, is there a metal bracket still there that helps secure the spat to the car with a bolt?
 

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That looks like it may have been repaired at some stage, hence the odd curve.

Ive seen a lot of these oem rear spats in person, and have never noticed such a gap

Does the other side fit snuggly?
 

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I would heat it up w/ a heat gun start @ the bottom & work up. look s like it's pinched @ the top.
 

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That looks like it may have been repaired at some stage, hence the odd curve.

Ive seen a lot of these oem rear spats in person, and have never noticed such a gap

Does the other side fit snuggly?
You think the spat has been repaired? Which curve looks off?

The other side does fit better yes, but still not 100% perfect
 

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is that the orig bumper or has it been repaired?
 

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It could be the rear quarter panels where repaired And not repaired flush. I know this from my buddys supra. There was a insurance job that was hacked.
 
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