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LAND ROVER THROTTLE BODY KIT DISCOVERY 2 II RANGE P38 MGM000010K ALLMAKES4x4

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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Land Rover Discovery body kits so that you have all the options you want. In fact, we carry more body kits than any other company on Earth! We have more than 40 brands of ground effects (including our own line of body kits that we manufacture in house), and we carry body kits for more than 200 different vehicles! Our store is full of car body kits and truck body kits, so take a look at our fantastic selection. Whether you are looking for a top-of-the-line Land Rover Discovery body kit, a cheap Land Rover Discovery body kit, or some mild-looking but clean Land Rover Discovery ground effects, we've got great choices for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Land Rover Discovery body kit needs!


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Body Kits are considered one of the most effective ways to modify the look of your vehicle. You can buy a body kit to make your plain vanilla Honda Civic look like a sporty high-end BMW M3. You can make your Mustang look like an in-your-face rally car with huge foglights and a 'Big Mouth' style front bumper. Considering that body kits can make your car look completely unique, they are probably the most effective way to customize the look of your ride.
DID YOU KNOW?
We get asked these questions all the time. Read this to get more informed about body kits:

Question: What are body kits made of?
Answer: Most body kits are either made of fiberglass, poly-urethane, or ABS plastic.

Question: What's the difference between them?
Answer: Each has its pros and cons. Take a look:

Fiberglass body kits - These are the most prevalent body kits by far. The main reason is because they're the most cost-effective to manufacture. Fiberglass body kits are almost all made by hand, and because of that they don't have the same precision of fitment and finish as, say, your machine-made CAD-designed factory bumpers do. Also, most fiberglass body kits won't withstand a fender-bender as well as, for example, poly-urethane body kits. That being said, paint adheres really well to fiberglass, and fiberglass won't warp even in the most extreme of weather conditions. Besides that, they're the most affordable type of body kit available. Extra note: some companies have introduced high-end fiberglass body kits that use a specialty flex resin that gives bodykit-buyers the best of both worlds: durabilty and affordabilty. An example of this is the Duraflex brand of body kits, which is probably the most popular-selling line of body kits we offer.

Poly-urethane body kits - Poly-urethane (also referred to as simply "urethane") is a techinical word that basically means "rubber". Urethane body kits are more expensive than fiberglass ones because they cost a whole lot more to make. The cost to develop a proto-type and mold for a complete urethane body kit is about 12 times that of a fiberglass body kit. Urethane body kits are made out of heavy-duty molds and are machine-made, so the precision of finish is normally solid. Also, urethane body kits can actually withstand small accidents and stay in tact. There are a few draw backs to urethane body kits though: 1) Paint doesn't adhere to them particularly well, so it takes extra elbow grease to get them painted properly, 2) They are prone to warping in extreme weather conditions, so you'd have to consider garaging them at times depending on where you live, and 3) They cost substantially more than fiberglass body kits.

ABS Plastic body kits - ABS plastic body kits are the closest thing you'll find to what your own vehicle is made of. Many automobile manufactures use ABS plastic to make body panels. ABS plastic body kits are machine-made. They're easier to paint than poly-urethane body kits, but not quite as flexible; they are more resemblant of your factory body panels. Like poly-urethane body kits, ABS plastic body kits are substantially more expensive than fiberglass body kits because they are so much more capital-intensive to design and create.

Question: Which brands of body kits are the best?
Answer: It depends on what material of body kit you want. Below are our votes.

Fiberglass: Extreme Dimensions (Duraflex) body kits, Bomex body kits, Version Select body kits

Poly-urethane: Xenon body kits, Wings West body kits, JP body kits, KBD body kits

ABS Plastic: Razzi body kits

Ground Effects are considered one of the most effective ways to modify the look of your vehicle. Some of the most popular are Mustang ground effects, Camaro ground effects, and Firebird ground effects. Something else to be aware of is that there are a lot of different terms that essentially mean the same thing: ground effects, body kits, ground effects kits, car ground effects, and truck ground effects. It seems to be that the terminology you use for a ground effects kit might depend on what part of the country you are from. If you see a ground effects package you like and have questions about it, or you can't seem to find ground effects kits for your car or truck, please contact us any time.
FAQ's
Q: What's the difference between fiberglass and poly-urethane body kits?
A: The difference between fiberglass and poly-urethane body kits is that they are made from different composite materials. Both types of materials have positive qualities. Urethane is a rubber-type material that is very flexible and will hold up well in the case of an accident. Urethane is therefore popular for its durability. Fiberglass body kits in general are less flexible than urethane body kits (although this definitely depends on the manufacturer), but are more resistant to extreme weather conditions. Additionally, paint adheres very well to fiberglass, so there likely will not be paint problems with a fiberglass. Finally, fiberglass kits are relatively inexpensive. Both composites are used widely throughout the world for body kit manufacturing, and each has proven to be very popular.

Q: I see the same style of body kit listed under different brand names. What's the difference?
A: Indeed, you will sometimes see the same exact style of body kit listed under two or more different brands on our website. In this case, it means that the exact same style is just made by more than one manufacturer. Each of the body kit manufacturers whose product line we carry is an elite body kit brand, yet each has its own unique manufacturing process. Read about this manufacturer section under the detail product listing for each brand to learn more about each. Also feel free to contact us to ask any other questions you might have.

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