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Fiberglass Body Kits

Ordinarily, fiberglass is very good material for a body kit. But unlike metal, it can easily be damaged, and it also fatigues over time, leading to cracks. Professional body work experts should be able do repairs, but there are many instructional kits available as well. However, if you’re doing it yourself, be careful. Fiberglass can cause some serious eye and skin irritation. And unlike metal, it can particulate, or separate into its component fibers, which can very quickly become very difficult to control, let alone repair.

If you live in an area that has snow or rough roads, you may choose to select urethane because of its endurance. If you live in an area where the roads are smooth and the weather is decent, then fiberglass can be used. Just as metal bodywork rusts, fiberglass cracks under such adverse weather conditions.

Because fiberglass can be molded, there are several outlandish designs out you’ll find on the market. A normal wing and body kit combo may cause around $350 to $800, or more. Customs designs are also available, at a much more exhorbitant price, since custom designs are by definition done one at a time, with a minimum of automation and a maximum of human handiwork.