Ebay? Ay Tanga... :wiggle:Just got duraflex and my body guy said it isn't going to fit. He also said some areas of the kit are thinner then others. Also that it looks like its been tried to be installed before. After I complained they said send us some
Pictures proving it doesn't fit and we will issue a full refund so now I must pay my body guy again just to take the front bumper off to take pictures to get money back. Such BS. He said he would try or will make it work and fit but it will cost just about double. So I'm think I might just return it. I still need a good place where I can get a good reliable kit where I won't have issues. I'm also very new to all this. Should of did more research effort buying but that promo video they have made it look so good.
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does anybody knows about the quality and reviews on Liberty Walk LB Performance body kits? Are they good quality and are they worth it? are they easily crack?fiberglass also has different qualities and different grades. some are heavier, lighter, thicker, all a combination of fiberglass material and resin quantity and quality.
depending on the grade, rock chips only damage the paint (same as urethane), fiberglass will also flex and adjust better. It all depends on the prep work involved.
if you are a newbie and are going to paint it yourself get a urethane. usually lasts about 2 years due to sag and weight. But if you are going to go show, then bodyshop will charge you a fortune trying to get it to fit right unlike fiberglass.
best bet is fiberglass and get the a clear sticker/film to protect against rock chicks.
also get authentic japanese bodykits or japan spec fiberglass
worth the money.