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How do you put a body kit on a car?

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2007-11-14 12:29:30
2007-11-14 12:29:30

You will need a set of screwdrivers, socket set, clamps(visegrips), drillw/bit marking pen. The new body kit should line up in the same holes as the old parts. but some kits need some adjusting.use the clamps to hold the part in line to make sure all the holes line up. using a screwdriver in one of the end holes to help line up the rest while still use clamps to hold it in place. Drill only if you need to. the fewer the holes the stronger the part joint will be.

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