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So what material do you think would be good to use to make some aftermarket wheel linings and also the underside of the bumper?? My acura has some pieces missing around the wheel well and especially around the intake filter. It needs something there to protect it from the harsh winter.
 

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plastic.....:laugh:
 

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maybe like a home depot or something? Menards, Lowes?
 

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Alot of people up here use those diamond plate wheel well protectors

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what kind of acura?
 

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dumpster diving? Really blaze? :laugh:
wait... that could actually be a good idea... what places would you recommend to pick thru their garbage? :nuts: home depot? menards? lowes? lol
one company's junk is another broke person's treasure! (not that im implying anyones broke... except myself:notrust:)
 

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dumpster diving? Really blaze? :laugh:
wait... that could actually be a good idea... what places would you recommend to pick thru their garbage? :nuts: home depot? menards? lowes? lol
one company's junk is another broke person's treasure! (not that im implying anyones broke... except myself:notrust:)
all of those places are good ideas. and if you get hungry check some food places too. I used to know a guy that dived for food in dumpsters bahahaaha

the is almost no wheel well lining
get some landscaping plastic tarp stuff.
 

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slowly build up beads of hot glue until you have an entire piece.

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saran wrap

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make a skeleton frame out of chicken wire and then fiberglass over it.
 
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