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  • DIY rear lip

    soooo after wanting an r package real lip, i decided i was going to make my own.

    after a few days of looking at the ones on ClubRoadster, i decided yesterday that i was going to do it.

    so i guess ill do a write up on it too! for the others whom may also want one for 215 bucks less.

    Materials needed:

    1 inch screws, or nuts and bolts (doesnt matter, i just dont like predrilling holes)
    and maybe a drill. if youre lazy like me.



    Diamond Lock Brick/Paver Edging make sure its L shaped!
    comes in a 6 foot section.

    and your bumper.

    this is the lip almost completed.


    more pics of it actually on the car will be up tomorrow. as it got dark fast.
    "keep drifting fun......or else..." --Andy Sapp

  • #2
    That's the same stuff as people use for front lips right?

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    • #3
      Your combination ping pong / workbench table rocks! :lol:
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      • #4
        Yep! Garden Lip FTW!

        Originally posted by miata5620
        Eric's Garage ... You buy all the parts I tell you to and you will have a killer car... If you want other parts used your car will suck and it will cost you more...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by metalman View Post
          Your combination ping pong / workbench /beer pong (or future beer pong) table rocks! :lol:
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          1988 323 GTX--- The toy now :D
          2008 Mazdaspeed 3::SOLD ----- 1991 BRG NA8 Swap, Turbo::SOLD

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MX5ATLanta.com View Post
            That's the same stuff as people use for front lips right?
            yep same stuff!

            Originally posted by metalman View Post
            Your combination ping pong / workbench table rocks! :lol:
            hahahaha i know right! it made everything much easier! :lol:
            "keep drifting fun......or else..." --Andy Sapp

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            • #7
              Not bad... The hardest part was taking the bumper off wasnt it LOL!

              If ya had a lift you could have saved a lot of un screwing

              But it looks clean. Now make some low profile mudflaps :)
              sigpic Always has a machete... seriously ALWAYS...

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