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    what do you guys think??

    im thinking of buying one for my car... wont be using the rear pods though

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    Too bad im in the same town as dr1ft-p1g im pretty sure his mx83 is the coolest.

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    i dont mind the front lip

    rest.... personal i like the trd ones

    but they are not bad.... if you like them get em

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    i like the trd ones too... but everytime i got no cash they come up and when i got cash they are never about

    thinking this is just the easier way out 450 for the whole lot
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    Too bad im in the same town as dr1ft-p1g im pretty sure his mx83 is the coolest.

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    I believe I have one. I bought it when some guy from this site organized the first group buy for them. At least, I'm fairly sure this was the supplier.

    I liked it; the fit was reasonable, I thought it looked tough without raising too much attention & it was relatively cheap ($170 delivered to Sydney rings a bell).

    It's in about 17 pieces now, but by no fault of the product itself - a ripple strip ate it. But for a street car, no probs I should imagine. It was supposed to be flexiglass, but everything has its limit I guess. In its defense I was using several small bolts holding it on, not zip ties.

    I hear the authentic plastic toyota ones are near indestructable (i.e. will fold without creasing & restore their shape), but they are alot more expensive.

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    i have the rear pods and skirts in my garage....(group buy)

    fit is okay.... but (to me) the just dont look 100 percent right.

    i may still put then on when i paint, but if i had my time over,

    i'd get the small trd skits, and use a plain rear bar, and a trd lip.

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    thats my car I ended up on the front one glassing it into the original bumper, looks good but takes a lot of time and I have smashed mine and not repaired it properly, those pics are pretty old and you may find the left side skirt may need some taken out of the rear wheel arch area, personally I would jsut go the lip, I ended up selling the rest of the kit cause it wasn't to my tastes

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