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    Rear overfender fitting

    I'm getting some rear over fenders for my s15
    Is it best to use rivnuts or bond them on

    I want the car to look good but still want to drift it

    What do people think


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    personally rivet them on and paint the rivets, don't use rivnuts though as you its one of those jobs you will wish you never started.

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    I sealed and painted the panel underneath, riveted it on, primed and painted. Let it sit for a bit when you've riveted it to let the panel "relax" before priming and painting.

    Dont sand over the rivet heads when you prime/paint the car by accident as well haha or lots of little silver rivet heads show up

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