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Thread: anniversary body kits...help

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    anniversary body kits...help

    I am looking at putting anniversary front and rear valance, spoiler and skirts on my mk4 gti, have seen so many out there could do with some advice on what to avoid and if anyone knows any quality suppliers???? any help would be appreciated


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    Golf mk4 tdi 130 mickstoke's Avatar
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    Feb 2012

    Re: anniversary body kits...help

    i would only use geniune parts for the bumpers as non are a terrible fit as for the side skirts iam not too sure on but a friend had non gen abs plastic skirts on his and they were bob on.

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    anniversary body kits...help

    I had a replica anti kit on my old golf. The side skirts were spot on, the rear valance was okay too. The front got destroyed with it being fibreglass, so would stick to Oem front

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    2nd Gear DENTOUT's Avatar
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    Jan 2013

    Re: anniversary body kits...help

    Look at my build thread, I have genuine rear valance, jom airblade front skirt (fits very snug) and aftermarket sideskirts (nt fitted yet due to needing spraying) I would ofcourse recommend genuine but they are expensive, I payed 40 quid for the rear skirt painted in the right colour and almost brand new! But bargains arehard to find.
    Im still searching for a gen front skirt but they go for silly money.
    If your on a budget and have patience to trim and fit non gens then do it! By all means they wont just clip on, never do, also dont buy fibreglass, it will just shatter.
    The airblade is abs plastic which I believe is stronger.
    Hope it helps

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