Nareman Virk says that they need a slight modification before they will fit. The rear third of the side skirt has a slightly raised section. This fits against the 3 door cars rear quarter panel. However on a 5 door car this will be where the rear doors open. The raised section will therefore need to be trimmed down to prevent the rear doors catching on it when opened. It's not a big deal, the strip is only about the height of the red coloured trim in the middle of the bumpers.
Alexis Grant says
that the skirts do match up nicely, and look even
better. However the holes don't line up, along the side or even
underneath the car. The side holes are easy enough to re-drill, but the
bottom ones, are trickier due to them being square.
Alex Wakefield says his doesn't know how bad the dents are, but you always used to be able to buy a suction dent puller from the Innovations catalogue that falls out of the Sunday papers every other week. They claimed it was quite good in the ad, but then that's what you'd expect, and I think it was only a tenner.
Nareman Virk says
he's heard that DentMaster are not very good, although not speaking from
personal experience. They work on a system whereby they charge £60
to remove up to 4 dents in any 1 panel. So if your door has 5 dents
in it, they'll charge £120 Also, they can only remove small
dents, not creases as you sometimes get in bonnets. Even more bad news,
the panel doesn't come out 100% perfect, it leaves a teeny weeny crease.
No one would notice it, but you would know it was there.
Nareman Virk says
that to do the job properly you need to remove the interior door panel.
However you might find that if you sit in the back seat and lower the
window and carefully and skillfully use a credit card to 'clip'
the aforementioned trim into it's correct and secure resting place,
you should be able to rectify the situation to your advantage.
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