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Old 06-26-2012, 07:14 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I got these roush rocker molding pieces from AM
http://www.americanmuscle.com/roush-rockers-0509.html
And I was wondering if I should remove my Mustang decals along the sides first...any opinions?
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I took mine off just because. Hahahahaha
Here are before and after pics.
It just look cleaner
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I took mine off just because. Hahahahaha
Here are before and after pics.
It just look cleaner
I've only seen the exact same car I got 4 years ago no decals, same stock rims and same spoiler at a exxon , the lady driving it to me NICE CAR, and I smiled for like 5 minutes
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What's the easiest way to get them off cleanly?
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Mine came off really easy. I used a razor to pick up the edge and it just peeled off in one motion
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I've kept my black stripes on my red pony since I bought it and always was on the fence about wanting to remove them until this weekend. Just got some 19 premium wheels with dark gray accents this weekend which go really well with the black stripes. I'm so glad I never took them of lol.
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Re: side skirts

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Hey guys, I got these roush rocker molding pieces from AM
Roush Rocker Molding Kit - Unpainted (05-09 All) 401337 - Free Shipping!
And I was wondering if I should remove my Mustang decals along the sides first...any opinions?
Avenged7892,

This is a good problem to have! I think the car will look great with or without the decal. Since you are going to have a much bigger side skit the stripe may look a bit out of place(in my opinion).

What I would recommend is install the roush rockers & see how it looks with the decal. If you are unhappy with the look then pull off the decal. I think it will give you a sleek & clean look!

Best of luck on your decision & thanks for shopping with AM, we greatly appreciate the business!

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Old 06-27-2012, 03:00 PM   #9
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Yeah. I would wait till you do the install to make the decision. You might like the way they look, but if you peel now you'll never know. And taking off is a lot easier than putting them on.
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Avenged7892,

This is a good problem to have! I think the car will look great with or without the decal. Since you are going to have a much bigger side skit the stripe may look a bit out of place(in my opinion).

What I would recommend is install the roush rockers & see how it looks with the decal. If you are unhappy with the look then pull off the decal. I think it will give you a sleek & clean look!

Best of luck on your decision & thanks for shopping with AM, we greatly appreciate the business!

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This is good advice, I appreciate it! The only concern I have is that the rockets will cover part of the stripe, making removal of the stripe a pain once installed. But ill find a way!
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