Next step will be to put the 3M adhesive on and bond the panels onto the car just like we did on the other side.
The skinny 2" part of the wide body that wraps around the front of the wheel well does not get brackets, since you can access the back of it from inside the wheel well. Thoroughly caulk some 3M adhesive up in there, and then cut small pieces of fiberglass cloth. Using a squeegee, coat them with glue before laminating them in place using a brush. Make sure to use gloves !
Make sure you remove the screws within an hour of mixing the glue or you will be spending a lot of time trying to remove them with vice grips! that's all for now, stay tuned for the next step, installing the front door panel!
i plan on buying the rear widebody next month and going to install it myself. one question though can i get that fuel door in black?
2006 charger R/T crystal black pearlcoat
painted grille black with candy red insert,
candy red emblems, blacked out lights, matching interior (painted all tan plastics black) candy red accents, AFE CAI, 2012 mopar edition wheels matching , trufiber srt8 hood with aerocatch pins, flowmaster super 10s w/3.5 inch tips, diablo predator, all paint work done by me
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