Toyota Body Kits & Ground Effects

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    Toyota makes just about every kind of car and truck you could imagine. Jazz yours up with a Toyota Body Kit from CARiD. We’ve got suppliers like Duraflex, Carbon Creations, Razzi, Lund and more lined up to provide the highest-quality parts in the industry. Order your body parts unpainted if you’re painting the whole car—but we can match the paint code and prepaint a lot of the parts for you, saving you time and money. We have parts in Carbon Fiber, Duraflex, ABS, or flexible urethane.

    Here at CARiD we know what makes your car look great and work best. Let us find you the right parts from one of our industry-leading vendors, and we’ll make your car something to envy. We’ll make you feel great about your car in a way that no one else can. Just give us a chance.



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    There are body kits that are very carefully designed to control the airflow around the car, and there are body kits made to give the car a racing look, a look that not necessarily is more aerodynamic than the original but gives a performance character to the vehicle. It is more a choice between a kit that provides the best look per dollar and a kit that provides...

    Toyota Body Kits & Ground Effects Reviews
    Average rating:4.54.6 - 79 reviews
    3(3)
    APPEARANCE8
    EASE OF INSTALLATION4
    PRICE/VALUE6
    QUALITY6
    Mediocre Product
    1994 Toyota MR2
    | Posted by | (Rexburg, ID)

    The product requires extensive re-fiberglassing in order to fit the car properly. The moulds were simply not made correctly. Essentially the moulds were not adjusted for the thicker fiberglass versus the stock sheet metal where it bolts down under the edge of the hood, so they are too tall relative to the hood and front bumper by an average 1/4 inch. However, the people at VIS Racing have tried their best to be of assistance with my elaborate endeavor to make them fit by cutting the panels in key places, and adding new fiberglass in order to bring the surfaces into compliance with the surrounding stock panels on the vehicle. I assume these Duraflex fiberglass fenders were one of the earliest products they offered given the car model is 20+ years old, so I'm not going to be too harsh about it. These can be made to work, but expect to have to do the same as I am doing. Their Duraflex products for newer vehicles are probably made to fit with far less effort.

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