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I am told double sided tape will hold the upper side up nice. I have stillen side skirts and i realize you bolt the front and back but i want to have it secured nicely and close.
 

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molding is the way to go. its not even that much more expensive than regular bolting (at least thats what my friend tells me, he works at mob bodywerks, i think?)

its always better to get something done right the first time, than to have it done wrong and have alot of shit in the future..
 

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Supra calviN said:
molding is the way to go. its not even that much more expensive than regular bolting (at least thats what my friend tells me, he works at mob bodywerks, i think?)

its always better to get something done right the first time, than to have it done wrong and have alot of shit in the future..
molding a urethane side skirts to metal?is your friend a security guard at the body shop?you do not mold urethane parts to metal!!!
 

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i may be wrong, but isnt there some kind of adhesive that does away with the bolting?
 

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exvelocity said:
i recommend let the pros do it,if you don't want to loose it going down freeway,
I thought you were a pro... Could you elaborate on what the pros do. I am having a pro install my Stillen sides and I just want to make sure it is done correctly. Additionally, do any brackets need to be made for support?
 

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Can you use that 3M bonding stuff. Kinda hards like rock and is sandable. I really would just like to make it nice and it really cant take a whole lot of thought to do it. If you could explain to me what would be best to use under the door area inside the car that would be great!
Thank you
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