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Everything posted by brucey

  1. Does "7" include the lip and the bigger part (ie 7 AND 8) ? thanks
  2. does this help at all? http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=931 Also - it's always worth tightening these sort of fixings first to break the paint / corrosion before trying to remove.
  3. Well - quick update. I removed the other side this evening, and some bright spark had indeed used polyurethane adhesive (Sikaflex type) for the rear part of the job - probably where the foam tape had failed. What a NIGHTMARE to remove! Having spent the last 6 hours removing it I would NEVER recommend anyone bonds their sideskirts to the car unless you are 100% sure they will NEVER need to come off. If the Sikaflex adhesive had been along the whole length I would never have got the skirt off. Jeez that stuff is strong! Anyway - barely any damage to the paint on the other side which wa
  4. I think Sikaflex would be the best. I have used 221 in the past with good results. A bead of this along the car would serve t bond and seal the job, as you mention. Cheers
  5. I have always had a bit of a concern about the aerokit sideskirts and the fact that folks like them flush with the paint. What has always worried me is paint damage under the contact points, particularly at the front and rear conrners where the kit really cuts into the paint. I have never really been impressed with the fitting kit, nor the fact that the skirts are pressed up agains the paintwork. For this reason I decided to remove the ones form my recently purchased MY02 996 C2. I removed them by jacking the back, removing the rear wheel, undoing all the torx headed self-tappers and th
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