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Old 03-01-18, 03:13 PM
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Default Vertex or KBD?

I'm thinking doing going wide body for my 1995 sc300 and I can't find pros or cons of these products aside from KBD being flexible and not cracking. I was wondering if it would be worth going with KBD or if the poly will shift once it is molded to the car?

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Old 03-06-18, 09:34 AM
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I have zero issues with any of my KBD product. So much so that I'll be getting the front and rear bumpers once the vehicles' suspension geometry is perfect and the rear end is finished. You cannot possibly go wrong with the pricing, customer service and quality. You'll be happy with it - I promise.
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Are your rear fenders molded on? I was thinking of going with duraflex's v-speed rears as they are fiberglass so they wont shift, but are prone to cracking. I just want to be able to get them on and not have to worry about them moving after they are molded. i do plan on going with the front and rear bumper though from KBD even though some people have said they don't quite fit over the SCs high beams. Can ya show me any pictures of your car with the kbd on?

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