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Old 08-01-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
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New Rocker Side Skirt Prep and Install?

2 Questions:

I have some new 03 terminator side skirts, wondering if I should do anything to protect the bottom and the spats.

Some type of coating or rock guard?

Is it worth it? This car does not get driven in the rain but does get driven to car shows and Mustang Week.

This is a show car as well so I have to keep the finish nice, clean and tight.

Should I just wax 'em and slap 'em on?

Second queston:
For install, should I put the spats on the skirts before I put it up to the car?

Or should I put the skirt on first, then slide the spat on?

I'll post up pics in a few.

Thanks for any comments.
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First one is a pic of my old skirts they assemble same way.

I took them apart both ways.
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Got em on assembled first.
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Nice! How much did you pay for them? I have a chance to get some as well for 200 bucks
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A little more go for it.
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Monday I should pick them up.
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Don't forget to post pics when they are installed
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