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'glass flare install q

got my 'glass rsr bumpers/flares from gt racing the other day (they look great) the man fitting them and painting the car (my mate!) reckons that sliding the flares UNDER the existing metal is a marginally better job them plonking them over the top as less gob is needed therefore making it a better job (he dont like excess gob when its not needed) whats the general feeling? also, is there a good product to use for sticking them? is sticking them and riveting them the best option?

Andy UK

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Ive been looking into glass quarterpanels. Here are a few threads I saved off:



really good one here:
Fiberglass Flares

Some others:

http://www.914club.com/bbs2/index.php?act=ST&f=2&t=7435&
Has anyone done the bolt on flares..
Installing fiberglass rear quarterpanels instead of flares

good luck!
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nice one shuie

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