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Old 04-19-2006, 07:48 PM   #61
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I'd like to see some follow

I'd like to see some follow up pictures, too, really, for serious. Coroplast is damn tough, so I imagine it looks the same, but still.
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Old 04-19-2006, 08:02 PM   #62
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follow up...

I have a feeling it would only take a bad bump or a slight graze on the stuff, and it might come falling down. How much did all the hardware run you? (screws, washers, etc...)
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Old 04-19-2006, 08:11 PM   #63
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I've had a piece of linoleum

I've had a piece of linoleum on the front part of my crx for a while and it's hanging on like hell even after spilling crazy stuff on it where it's not water proof and ****, it's on there like crazy.
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Old 04-20-2006, 02:20 AM   #64
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It looks the same as the day

It looks the same as the day I put it on, except that the visible areas are now painted black. Everything is very secure. It aint coming off. I used 2 sheets of coroplast at $20/sheet. Evidently XFI can get it for under $10/sheet. The fasteners came from my junk drawer, so they were free.

To attach in the middle of the car I just drilled holes into the floorboard and used self taapping screws.
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i'll give it a shot

I will start with the rear wheel covers. I kinda want to use plexiglass to cover over it so, it is a little less visible.

Then, I'll go for the front most portion until the oil pan.
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The plexiglass will just be

The plexiglass will just be a dirt colored instead of whatever color you would paint the coroplast. I wouldnt think that would be any less visible than dirt colored coroplast.
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Haha, dirt colored. You so

Haha, dirt colored. You so crazy. So you actually drilled through the bottom of the car, eh.
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Yup. Prolly 10 1/8" holes

Yup. Prolly 10 1/8" holes or so.
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plexi

i do wash my car once a week. that isn't so bad. Still waiting for those 'dirt' colored pictures of your chloroplast on the bottom.
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I said before that it looks

I said before that it looks exactly the same, only painted black in some spots. Do you really need pictures?
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