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Old 07-12-2017, 09:57 PM   #1
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Had a slight run in with a ditch and ****** up driver side skirt. Driver side was already cracked but it's toast now. Pass side had two holes in the bottom when I bought the car. Just wondering if anyone has taken off the skirts and replaced them with 6LE's side splitters, that or if anyone has put them on a Formy. I was able to find one picture of this but the rest were mounted to the bottom the the skirts.
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Eek! Do not want!
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Looks like lawn edging from home depot. +1 ^^^^ !!!!
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Needs to be sanded down and painted.
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It just looks bad. It doesn't match the contours of the cars and the second pic shows that it's wavy. Like under cooked bacon. It's just terrible.
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It just looks bad. It doesn't match the contours of the cars and the second pic shows that it's wavy. Like under cooked bacon. It's just terrible.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking! Unfortunately factory skirts are pretty rare to come by locally where I'm from. Just considering all my options here, about to start my first of two years in college so I don't currently have the most money. lol
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I love them, but its just me.. pictures don't do it justice...
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As stated above.. DO IT and yes pictures do not do these any justice.
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As stated above.. DO IT and yes pictures do not do these any justice.
It looks way different on a Camaro than a Firebird or Trans Am. Those look decent on the Camaro, not so much on the Firebird or Trans Am.
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