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so i did that home depot lip kit today...

Discussion in '7th Gen' started by Corolla DX-R, Jun 3, 2006.

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    Corolla DX-R AE100

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    so i did that home depot lip kit today...

    yep... i was bored so i went and did it everything cost me under $20cdn... tell me what u think...



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    Ro2la New Member

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    haha, thats funny, it actually looks pretty good in the pictures. I wonder how it looks in person.
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    sxlostv1 New Member

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    That's a pretty good fit. fits better than my trd lip for sure. good job man.
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    Barnacules 100101101011011

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    That looks really good, you should paint it now :D
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    I don't know what to say... but that actually looks pretty good, heh, wow...
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    home depot lip kit?
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    Wide Slip Angle New Member

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    Yes, what's it made from? It looks pretty good, you should Ebay some of those.
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    sxlostv1 New Member

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    it's lawn lining plastic that you can buy at home depot. the roll of 20 feet costs about 7 bucks. that's 2.50 for a pretty good lookin front lip.
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    ^^^ :D :D u are getting close but its not lawn lining....
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    James Bullshit Police

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    hey man, that's really really nice.... it goes along real well with your headlights and black theme. looks like you bolted it ont oyour bumper?
    so give up the secret! what is it!
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    if i didnt know any better i'd say it was manufactured for the car. looks good.
    now you need to get one for the rest of the car
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    sxlostv1 New Member

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    oh if it aint lawn lining then it's that stuff they use for office floor/wall edges. as far as i know, that stuff forms better but it's super gummy like.
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    lol... sxlostv1 got it hahha vinyl base molding
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    Dude that looks pretty good. heh. Nice job.
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    jajajaj kool, are you planning to lower it?
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    Ghetto mod, but it actually looks pretty good!
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    What are you using to secure it?
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    not bad,you should do a write up diy.unless its top secret...
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    I'd like to see a close up of how you mounted it to your bumper... did you actually drill holes in your from bumper?

    I'd also think about the fact that the material is probably not meant to endure the outside elements, and will most likely fade and potentially crack when subjected to sun, rain, snow and cold temperatures. not to rain on your parade, it looks good now... but it may not look good for very long, and you now have holes drilled in your front bumper :rolleyes:
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    i put in a few black painted screws and double sided tape to hold it... if it fades it doesn't really cause a lot problem cuz u can get a new one cheap...
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    LOL... Bravo. Thats great. I just got done installing some on the base cabinets in my kitchen. :) It actually looks good. Are you reenforcing it with something?
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    nope... screws and double sided tape...
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    see, i told you it'll look good. no one believes me..
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    now i know what to do for a temporary front lip... looking nice man...
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    Lower your car.
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    More than 5 years old WOW.
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    it is my duty
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    you have performed it well

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