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      05-04-2018, 07:18 PM   #1
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Please don't bother with the opinions on the looks. It's been going on for years now.

I personally never liked the front flares that Liberty Walk made but I loved the rear. I recently stumbled on this build and the front flares are perfect IMO.

Does anyone know where I can get this kit?
I was also thinking it might be the actual Liberty Walk Kit with some adjustments made to the front flares.
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      05-04-2018, 08:28 PM   #2
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Ebay has it
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      05-04-2018, 08:31 PM   #3
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Ebay has it
Did you happen to see it on there? If so can you send me the link please.
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Did you happen to see it on there? If so can you send me the link please.
You mind spending a min to search E92 widebody on Ebay?
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Did you happen to see it on there? If so can you send me the link please.
You mind spending a min to search E92 widebody on Ebay?
I actually did and I only saw the normal Style that doesn't have the shaved down style to expose the wheel.
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They could be modified. Fitment also looks like $hit.
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They could be modified. Fitment also looks like $hit.
It does look like either wasn't mounted in the correct spot or a replica kit. It's also a 335 but who knows I just want the front flares lol.
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Streetfighter LA has a similar looking front flare on their kit.
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It's a rep kit off of ebay, I think it was called the RC over fenders. As for the fitment its meh. I've seen the car you posted quite a few times in person (he's local to me). The gap between the over fenders and the body is a lot worse in person in some places. A big part of it though is that since the fenders are polypropylene not fiberglass, they will bulge and flex if the flare isn't placed perfectly on the body and the bolts aren't spaced out right. I'll see if i can get the link for the kit from the owner.
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It's a rep kit off of ebay, I think it was called the RC over fenders. As for the fitment its meh. I've seen the car you posted quite a few times in person (he's local to me). The gap between the over fenders and the body is a lot worse in person in some places. A big part of it though is that since the fenders are polypropylene not fiberglass, they will bulge and flex if the flare isn't placed perfectly on the body and the bolts aren't spaced out right. I'll see if i can get the link for the kit from the owner.
Were you ever able to get a link to the kit?
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