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I about to get my car repainted and I also reinstalled my GTR kit to fit even better then before but on thing I always wanted was to fill in the small gaps between the metal chassis and the bodykit is there something special to use such as a caulking that wont seperate and can be painted?
 

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DNE's VZR Conversion
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bondo and have it molded together with ur body.
 

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Nismo1997 said:
No dont use bondo do to it will crack. Use fiberglass, I got a can its called "cathair".
absolutely true.
 

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MagicPie said:
I about to get my car repainted and I also reinstalled my GTR kit to fit even better then before but on thing I always wanted was to fill in the small gaps between the metal chassis and the bodykit is there something special to use such as a caulking that wont seperate and can be painted?
are you talking about the rear bumper sag?
 

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B14_Stealth said:
are you talking about the rear bumper sag?
no just the side skirts and the fender flares
 

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how you gona get them off in the event of damage?
 

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Binger said:
how you gona get them off in the event of damage?
a sawzall :D
 

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Most body shops will use a 2 part apoxy to metal agent called 101EZ it is moldible and flexible and once heated can be sanded and painted with little srinkage. With Kitty Hair over the top and little bodo and glaze you are good to go...
 

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Binger said:
how you gona get them off in the event of damage?
a few swift kicks to the piece that was molded and you should be good to go :D.....


 
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