You’ve been thinking seriously about
changing your vehicle’s style by installing a body kit. But, before you do, you need to know just how extensive of a job it is to do on your own. Depending on the specific modifications you choose to make will determine just how much work it entails. However, this guide will help you make an informed decision as well as give you a general outline of the installation process.
Before you can even begin to think about the installation, you need to decide what modifications you want to make. Are you considering adding a full body kit, like a Toyota Tundra body kit? Or, are you starting with simpler modifications, like ram air hoods and chrome auto side mirrors? Are you looking to add sleek lines and mind-blowing designs with hood scoops for trucks, or are you after a more aerodynamic style?
Choosing the Best Body Kit Brand
As with any major modification, it’s important you choose the brand names you can trust, like Street Scene body kits and Elite spoilers. No matter what you drive, you’ll find eye raising body kits, car body kits, rocker panels for trucks and more, all available by the top names in the game.
Before you make a buying decision, be sure to check out the customer reviews on our website. You’ll find reviews on everything from Dodge Ram body kits to Ford F150 rocker panels. You may even be able to find helpful pointers for installing your body kit.
While the installation process will vary tremendously depending on what parts you choose to install and the specific kit you purchase, the following directions can serve as a guideline on how to install a body kit.
- The first thing you need to do is prep your new parts. Most parts come ready to paint, but you’ll need to complete the painting yourself in some cases. You’ll also want to thoroughly clean the surfaces of your vehicle where you will be attaching the new components.
- Once the surface is clean and dry, you’re ready to attach the new component. Test fit the part first to ensure a perfect fit—you may need to sand or grind the part. When the part is properly aligned, use the appropriate hardware to secure it to your vehicle.
- Once all of the body kit pieces have been installed, do a final inspection to make sure everything is where is should be and properly attached.