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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2005 2:45 pm 
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Has anyone put the 2i arches and skirts on there si? Whats the best way to do it and is it difficult thank you.


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scott(scotty_boy) and desmondo(evildes) have xr skirts on their cars, either wait for them to reply to this post or pm them.
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I don't think either of them fitted their skirts and arches themselves though.

It seems to be pretty easy, just use a decent, flexible adhesive, like Tiger Seal, and loads of masking tape / clamps. Probably also worth getting any emerging rust sorted out first, otherwise it will only spread underneath. :)

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Done them on a mates car.

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Oh yeah, some silkaflex, a drill, kurust, lots of handy clamps, and a bit of time.

Just go nuts :)

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scott(scotty_boy) and desmondo(evildes) have xr skirts on their cars, either wait for them to reply to this post or pm them.
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:lol: neither of us put them on. we both cheated and bought our cars with them on. :P

oh no! the secrets out 8-)

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Mines not glued on, its screwed on, and as far as my skills go it's the best way to put them on. I was having issues with the glue so gave up and just screwed the lot on. :)

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Thank you all :D


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or you could go to town and get a pop rivet gun and hundreds of rivets, along with a drill.. and some carrots


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i did mine myself, the technique for mine i believe to be unique!!!

check my gallery on ft.com to see what im on about

lots of wood and garage walls! it has to be seen to be believed and yes it is genuinely how i did mine!

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Unfortunatly mine were also already on the car, and held on with some unremoveble white selant shit arhg :devil: Damn the previous owners to hell

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there you go sunny boy

http://www.fiestaturbo.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=47924

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i used to have some on i used rivets


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Damn pop rivets the plague of my life!!!
Had fun yesterday ripping my skirts and arches off, then took a million hours to get all the spawn of the devil pops out!!!!

Why do people feel the need to bodge things together to make other peoples lives a misery!!!! :x

The fez is now ready for new sills, a new spray job, and some new XR2I skirts and arches!!!!
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The fez is now ready for new sills, a new spray job, and some new XR2I skirts and arches!!!!
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hey chalmers,

i did mine not so long ago, really wasnt that hard...it does help if you have some sort of backround tho.lol

anyway here is a link to a couple of pics of mine going on...hope it helps fella

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Posted: Thu Jun 23, 2005 1:45 pm Post subject: XR2I side skirts

Chalmers hasn't posted on here for ages :lol:

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haha o yea...i should have read that :?

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