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Old 06-24-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
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does anyone have any hard numbers on how many of each of these pieces i need to order to reattach my sideskirt? Link: http://www.tousleyfordparts.com/part...XTERIOR%20TRIM

im going to go ahead and replace all the hardware. tried searching but couldnt find anything. thanks!
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Looking at AM's website at the directions for installing the roush side splitters, they mention removing 8 push pins from the factory side skirts, not sure what additional hardware is used in each wheel well on the ends. Perhaps an install document for a new body kit would include the steps for removing the stock side skirts??
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Looking at AM's website at the directions for installing the roush side splitters, they mention removing 8 push pins from the factory side skirts, not sure what additional hardware is used in each wheel well on the ends. Perhaps an install document for a new body kit would include the steps for removing the stock side skirts??
good thinking! i didnt think to check those instructions.
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well i totally forgot to check the service manual thats online. the amount of pieces is sitting right there lol: http://iihs.net/fsm/?dir=443&viewfil...20Moulding.pdf

figured i would throw it in here in case anyone does a search down the line
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