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Hi Everyone Quick question I have a nice Rk sport lip kit on my car the front and two side skirts. I used the 3M Super Strenth molding tape and stainless screws on the sides to hold it on. The front piece looks and stays on awesome but the back side of the two side skirts the tape is coming off. I cleaned everything up good and made sure the tape went on good but within a day or two it came right off. Does anyone know if there is something better to hold it on and they could give me the info please?????

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you need more than the screws, ask foximus, he rivited his on



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Ya, i think it was 3/16 with 1/8 shank rivets and he painted the heads the satin black to match. i can found out the exact size for ya if you need me to.




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Yea, my side skirts popped off after the door sills. I have 1/8 inch rivets in the door sills, the screws on either end, and 2 rivets from the wheel well to the back of the door to keep it pulled tight. My nose skirt is actually riveted on, because the tape wouldnt hold.


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Thanks everyone i did it today and looks much much better

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