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Old 05-16-2005, 01:55 PM   #1
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i have a front kit, and side skirts, all came with the car when i bought it. the rear bumper is a stock one. now, after a year of driving it and the front kit just cracking, i have decided to change it back to stock.

i called certifit and it cost 30 bucks for a aftermarket oem front bumper. BUT, i cant seem to find anywhere where they sell the stock sides (the plastic thing that goes under the door (about 2 inches x 5 feet?). cuttently i have some banged up rice side skirts, and underneath it is metal, so its going to look ugly. do anyone know where can i buy the sides for cheap? and how many bolts and or screws connect them? thanks
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check ebay, a lot of ricers sell their stock ones on ebay when they get aftermarket ones.
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thanks.. any one else? im really sick of getting the laugh and giggles from people when they see me driving it. i checked the junk yard and they want freakin 80 bucks for both sides
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thanks.. any one else? im really sick of getting the laugh and giggles from people when they see me driving it. i checked the junk yard and they want freakin 80 bucks for both sides
i would get them as they are kinda hard to come by. there isnt a honda in a junk yard around here for at least 100 miles. ive been to them all

or go to honda themselves and get new

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80 bocks for both and your complaining?!
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yea... 80 bucks is like 90 bucks after tax for some used stock skirts.... plastic.... just my .02 i guess
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$80 is a good price!
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cool.. thanks a bunch... i got 1 more queation.. the junk yard that i called and qouted me 80 bucks said they dont have coupes, but they have 2 eg hatches and 1 eg sedan. mines is a coupe, and which are interchangable? im gussin the hatch? please reply asap.. my bumper looks like *** for now!!
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the sedan might work the hatchs wont. the holes dont line up or something from my experience.
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I do'nt think the hatch will be compatible. Probably teh sedan is your best bet. I don't know forsure though someone correct me
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yuh rite around here sideskirts are 15 bucks at a junkyard
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they wont fit, ur gonna hafte to look for a different set of side skirts. You can try the sedan, but im pretty sure the dimensions are a bit off. If you do happen to buy them and they do fit, post it, that would suprise me, but hey nothin wrong with a little constructive rectification
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yeah if your gonna get the stock side moldings try to get them at the junkyard, plus i got some coupe side moldings on my hatch and yeah theyre a bit long but its ok. plus when u get them your gonna need to buy clips for them.. u can get them at a honda dealer i think u need 16 total, they cost me like 1.25 a piece... damn!
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i have a front kit, and side skirts, all came with the car when i bought it. the rear bumper is a stock one. now, after a year of driving it and the front kit just cracking, i have decided to change it back to stock.

i called certifit and it cost 30 bucks for a aftermarket oem front bumper. BUT, i cant seem to find anywhere where they sell the stock sides (the plastic thing that goes under the door (about 2 inches x 5 feet?). cuttently i have some banged up rice side skirts, and underneath it is metal, so its going to look ugly. do anyone know where can i buy the sides for cheap? and how many bolts and or screws connect them? thanks
what is ceritift? do they have that in california,im in need of a stock rear bumper
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check jcwhitney or something.......i really doubt the sedan skirts will fit your coupe
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I have a set, too bad your on the other side of the country.
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yeah if your gonna get the stock side moldings try to get them at the junkyard, plus i got some coupe side moldings on my hatch and yeah theyre a bit long but its ok. plus when u get them your gonna need to buy clips for them.. u can get them at a honda dealer i think u need 16 total, they cost me like 1.25 a piece... damn!
Hes not talking about mouldings, everyone is talking about sideskirts.
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certifit is a company that sells aftermarket oem exterrior parts, like front and rear bumpers of any kind of car.. pretty cheap.. http://www.certifit.com i think they ship to anywhere in the u.s.
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do they come painted from certifit?

your gonna need to find a different set of sideskirts though, if you want them to fit nicely....try other junkyards

im not sure if this site will have a listing for them but you can try, http://www.car-part.com it searches all the junkyards in your state or area, found many cheap doors and fenders from there
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80 bucks isnt bad for the skirts, but in my experience of going thru salvage yards i have discovered that if you just go up and say, "aww ****, ive only got like 50 bucks on me" that around 75% of the time they will sell it to you anyways because those skirts arent doing that guy any favors sitting around and rotting.
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i think all the bumpers from certifit are black.. u gotta primer it before you add any paint
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call U Fix IT Honda in Woodneville they are an all Honda junk yard in WA they should have what your looking for.

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24115 Snohomish Woodinville Rd
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keep ur rice!!! rice is the best security


car1- altezza, hood light, 18 in wheels
car2- jdm amber corners, lip, 16in wheels

i bet car2 is bagged 1st
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Honestly. Just go to the Junkyard and get em. Offer him 60 or 70. I'd bet he'll take it. Its money. As it is, they are just lying around.
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De-riceifying a riced up civic...best decision ever. Just bought an EK hatch and had to do a little de-ricing myself. Had to take the altezzas off (going on e-bay this weekend), and I still need to take the indiglo gauges that have a slime design on them out (going on e-bay as well). De-rice your car, and put your rice products on ebay...it's a win win situation.
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