Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Dodge Magnum Body Kits

If you think your Dodge Magnum looks boring and that it needs style and vigor, then you are most probably right. Dodge Magnum body kits will help you style your boring vehicle into something worth seeing and worth driving.

As exterior modifications for your vehicle, Dodge Magnum body kits do not only beautify your Magnum, it also boosts its performance through aerodynamics. Just take for example, the movie of Paul Walker, Fast and the Furious, needless to say, the vehicles there looked cool and seemed like it's really fast. You can achieve the look and touch of such vehicle by dressing up your Magnum with a body kit.

Magnum body kits are everywhere. Look around your neighborhood shops and see which design is right for you. But if you want to save money, time and effort then you are better off with purchasing online. Be aware though, that not all online shops are reliable and honest, some are owned by scammers waiting to get a hold of your money. Do background research before deciding to make a deal with a shop. Before you purchase a Magnum body kit or any body kit for that matter. You first have to know that there are three types of body kit: wide body, bumper replacement and the lip. Depending on the style you have in mind, one of these three can really make your Magnum stylish. Aside from the types, you also need to be aware of the two materials body kits are usually made of. Body kits are mostly made of either fiberglass or urethane.

Fiberglass is for those people who live in places where the weather is fine and the road is good. Since fiberglass can break it easily, you have to exposed in places where the risk of damaging it is minimal hence, it can be only driven in places where the roads are smooth. The good thing though about fiberglass is that when it gets damaged, it can be repaired.

Unlike fiberglass, urethane is highly resistant to damages and is for those people living with harsh weather conditions. Urethane can stand cold places and is designed to withstand damages. Urethane, however, when damaged cannot be repaired. Hence, you will have to replace it.

Depending on what kind of weather conditions you have, you will have to choose one among the two. The key to a long lasting magnum is choosing the correct one that best fits you.

About the Author

Andrew Barker is a writer and car enthusiast who values creativity and imagination over the standardized.

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