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    How to: Mount Aftermarket Cianci Side Skirts

    Any after market product will need work to make it look OEM. With that in mind, I had my body shop attach my side skirts. The goal was to make the side skirts removable if needed.

    1) Make a bracket that looks like this with 2 bolts.





    2) Epoxy the bracket onto the back of the side skirt.

    3) Measure and drill the sides of the car to mount up. 2 bolts in the front, and 2 bolts in the back will make it line up perfect. Use some 3M double sided tape in places that feel loose.





    Hope that helps.

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    What kind of epoxy did you use? Did you bolt the underside at all?

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    http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...tID=48#reviews

    I did not have to bolt the underside, I also decided not to use 3m tape, I used 3 screws instead on the inside jam. I'll take a picture tomorrow when I get my car back.

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    Cool, thanks. And I assume you can get to those bolts from inside the car. To put the nuts on the other side.

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    On the front you can access both bolts by removing the mud flaps. On the rear you can access 1 from the outside, and the other is from the inside (you have to remove the speaker rear panel).

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    that looks great!
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