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    well got Irmscher side skirts delivered today so wasted no time and got them ready for painting
    good rub down and on with the plasic primer

    left to dry and applied first coat


    left to dry for 4 hrs or so then rubbed down again
    then another coat

    and this is where i am at the moment ..looking good so far

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    looking very good so far m8

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    That looks like a good job there mate, not using rattle cans then I take it?

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    i am actually does a good job on parts like this and cheaper

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    Good job there But get that Cat flap blocked off You don't want Cat hairs on your Sills

    Dean

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    Great work Phil. I'd spray the cup things that hold them on aswell as you can see them when it's all fitted
    Did you get the estate end caps ?

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    not sure i need them Shan as these ones are for the signum ..i think they are built in if its what i think you mean
    phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by signumboy View Post
    not sure i need them Shan as these ones are for the signum ..i think they are built in if its what i think you mean
    phil
    At the rear of the skirt it's not capped. Signum and veccy estate are the same skirts. There is a black plastic cap fitted to the car and when you fit the skirts the cap is a different shape to the new skirt.


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    ill need to have a look shan ..must say the skirts look just the same as the ones that are on siggie ..ill come back to you on that one shan
    cheers Phil

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    Your profile picture show's normal skirts. You will see a big difference when the Irmy ones are on. The front mudflaps will not fit the new skirts either.
    I'm full of bad news sorry.

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