looking nice... its gotta feel great and rewarding doing it yourself and seeing some good resultsMRIIan said:Good tip..
very helpful puttin mine on but the hardest part for me was the side skirts..
heres a pic of mine...
it was fun doing it in a way but me and my dad just kept arguing on how to put it on and what not
heres some pics
could someone elaborate on the cutting of the guards a bit more and how the two options affect the wheel sizingStreetscenes said:Rear Quarters:
cut out your fenders and keep the stock gas cap. If you do not cut the fenders then you will have to roll them. This is the easiest route, but limits the size of rims you can run.
Dittokrayzieaw11 said:could someone elaborate on the cutting of the guards a bit more and how the two options affect the wheel sizing
pics of the guards cut would be awesome as well if possible
great write up btw, thats the only thing i can find that theres a lack of info on
http://www.versusmotorsport.com/index.php?page=2&sort=3a&car_year=1994&car_model=MR-2&car_make=ToyotaND4SPEEDMR2 said:are there any websites that sell the TRD kit in pieces instead of as a full kit? Because I need the rear bumper and right sideskirt only. Thanks
Neos Designs in England are offering their own tweaked TRD kit - which bolts up to all the factory mounting points.tilma800 said:Cool write up.
What TRD look alike replica kits are there? And which one has the highest quality of fitment, materials, durability, etc...