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Old 20 Mar 2004, 02:17 am
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Default questions about stainless steel fender trim?

i spotted this and think it would look good, BUT i need to know some things first:

has anyone got them? how well do they hold with the fasteners? (i am not about to start drilling into a brand new PT). how well do they hold in general? at almost a hundred for a set i'd like to hear from you guys first [8)]

the link to the set i want is here:
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Old 20 Mar 2004, 10:08 pm
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I assume there is both adhesive and screws.
The screws may be the ones that hold the wheel well covers in place, so u may not have to drill or at least only drill in plastic.
I have seen better trim kits, those just end in the middle of the bumper, like there should be another part of the kit.
I'd keep looking around. Check out Race and Street or PT Tuning.

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Old 22 Mar 2004, 01:11 am
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Most of these use existing holes and two side tape.
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Old 22 Mar 2004, 06:54 am
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If you want them to fit snugly, plan on drilling holes. We used a brand called TFP. They ran pretty much all the way down and we trimmed them as we desired.
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Old 22 Mar 2004, 12:02 pm
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Wow forget the price. Find some cheaper.
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