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Old 31 Mar 2008, 10:27 am
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To keep it quick, molding the rollpan and front bumper into the rear and front fenders respectively. I know how to do it, but is it a good/bad idea?

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Old 31 Mar 2008, 11:14 pm
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Bad. if you ever need to replace the bumper, you then HAVE TO paint the fenders and or quarters, not to mention damaging those panels when removing the bumpers. just bolt the bumpers on, they fit nice and have small flush fit seams anyways, no need to go pulling a ricer move on a PT.
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Default Re: Molding Rollpan and Bumper

That is what most people told me. I knew those problems would occur and I guess it only really makes sense if you drive a true show car,one that is driven once a week or something. Well I guess I won't be doing that after all. Thank you for reinforcing my knowledge that I am an idiot for even considering it!
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That is what most people told me. I knew those problems would occur and I guess it only really makes sense if you drive a true show car,one that is driven once a week or something. Well I guess I won't be doing that after all. Thank you for reinforcing my knowledge that I am an idiot for even considering it!
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