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Old 07-02-2007, 09:38 PM   #1
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SC/T Chin

I was thinkin about putting the sc/t chin on my white gagt. Any input on how it would look even tho i wouldnt have the rest of the sc/t on?
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Old 07-02-2007, 09:40 PM   #2
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i would say do the whole kit or don't bother with just the front lip
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Old 07-02-2007, 09:42 PM   #3
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Naw man. Do it big. Get the whole damm kit. Or maybe it's just me talking since I like the SC/T set up
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i luv it too, as well. even tho i like to cheap out on some things, go all the way or not at all
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Definitely all or nothing. IMO it looks goofy w/ only the front chin.
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Old 07-02-2007, 10:18 PM   #6
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Any input on how it would look even tho i wouldnt have the rest of the sc/t on?
it would look like ass if it were just there on its own.


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Old 07-03-2007, 12:59 AM   #7
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for anyone who is thinking about front and rear, it will eat you up inside until you get the whole thing done properly..
from someone who didnt have the whole kit at first.
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haha ok....i just love the tough look from the front with the chin on it. And the only reason i didnt get the whole thing is because we have some bad ass winters here in northwestern PA and i was afraid of it being to low.
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itll be low but its worth it. if anything you can remove the front lip during the winter. that would probably help some.
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yeah cuz isnt the whole sc/t kit attached to pre-existing stuff, like its a bolt on kit pretty much right
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so then you really could take it off in the winter, and put it back on in the spring
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technically, yes. but its a pain getting the ribs to line up on the sides and that sounds like it would be annoying to deal with every year. and then youd be driving around with no sideskirts. and the rear can be a pain as well to get lined up. so yeah, you could, but its probably not worth it. at least to me.
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haha ok....i just love the tough look from the front with the chin on it. And the only reason i didnt get the whole thing is because we have some bad ass winters here in northwestern PA and i was afraid of it being to low.
im still trying to find out how putting on only the chin is more convenient in the winter than the whole kit...because the chin is like adding a snow plow to the front of your car..one would think it would be less convenient?
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well what i was thinkin was. My dad had a ford focus with skirting on the sides and rear and a chin like the GAGT's do and it was horrible in the winter. He took off the sides and rear and said it was a world of difference.
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technically, yes. but its a pain getting the ribs to line up on the sides and that sounds like it would be annoying to deal with every year. and then youd be driving around with no sideskirts. and the rear can be a pain as well to get lined up. so yeah, you could, but its probably not worth it. at least to me.
what i meant was take the front chin off for the winter cuz that would cause the most problems id imagine.
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well what i was thinkin was. My dad had a ford focus with skirting on the sides and rear and a chin like the GAGT's do and it was horrible in the winter. He took off the sides and rear and said it was a world of difference.
well, i drove around with the full kit in winter with no drop and didnt have problems. though we usually dont get hit too hard. just buy it man!

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what i meant was take the front chin off for the winter cuz that would cause the most problems id imagine.
ah, then yeah. thats what silverecstasy did.
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if youre gonna do something right, dont half ass it. do the whole kit the first time around.
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