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2006 Nissan 350Z Coupe Side skirts

Old 04-25-2019, 11:29 AM
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Pulled off some ugly broken side skirts, anyone know a decent place to get replacements? And...how to remove liquid nail that someone attempted to glue them on with....lol
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Old 04-26-2019, 02:15 PM
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Liquid Nail!? yikes..... couldn't help you there. Your best bet is to find an auto dismantler/recycler near you and hope you can find a matching color. Even if you don't find a matching color, it's probably still cheaper to have a used set paint matched vs. buying new. I actually have a spare set of side skirts for an 06 Coupe painted in WV2 (Silverstone). There are some blemishes, but overall better than the ones I see listed on Craigslist and such (the reason I kept them). PM me if you're interested. How broken were the old ones btw? Have any pictures?
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Old 04-28-2019, 09:22 AM
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yea, so you can see they are pretty trashed. Tried different techniques to remove the liquid nails, have to try the heat trick.






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Liquid Nail!? yikes..... couldn't help you there. Your best bet is to find an auto dismantler/recycler near you and hope you can find a matching color. Even if you don't find a matching color, it's probably still cheaper to have a used set paint matched vs. buying new. I actually have a spare set of side skirts for an 06 Coupe painted in WV2 (Silverstone). There are some blemishes, but overall better than the ones I see listed on Craigslist and such (the reason I kept them). PM me if you're interested. How broken were the old ones btw? Have any pictures?
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Well they're fiberglass. Any body shop worth a damn could patch those up, but the liquid nails is still an issue.
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