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Depends on the look your going for. I like the kit for the range. I am a dealer for wald and they want me to put it on mine bad...
 

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On a Range Rover? :crybaby2: It's personal preference, but my 0.02 it's a crime against good taste to put a body kit on a MKIII. Plus a kitten dies every time someone does it.
 

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On a Range Rover? :crybaby2: It's personal preference, but my 0.02 it's a crime against good taste to put a body kit on a MKIII. Plus a kitten dies every time someone does it.
lol, I think I have to agree with you there.
 

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From the front and rear it's OK, but not keen on whatever's going on with the rear bumper at the side, it looks a bit too "Bolt on"

It doesn't make me want to throw acid on my face through, which is a first for most RR body kits!
 

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Like Dan said it looks OK.

If it were for free I would have it.
If it was a case of paying for it then I would not want it. It is ok but not something that I must have.

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You know what would be better? Putting on a nice set of tires and using your Rover for what its purpose is. An off roader. Get the thing dirty. I promise, it washes off.
 

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In Austin, if you drive a new muddy Range Rover, it usually means you can afford a ranch. But if you have 24s and a body kit, it means something very different.
 

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I think it's a nice, descrete look, not over the top or too ghetto fab, just a little something different. I don't think it's particulalry better than the stock design, but just different for the sake of being different. Or from the aspect of the manufacturer & seller, different for the sake of seperating someone from their money.

Even though I'm not a cat person, I really couldn't see it being worth a cat's life though. I'd take the cat. Call me a softy...
 

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texige said:
In Austin, if you drive a new muddy Range Rover, it usually means you can afford a ranch. But if you have 24s and a body kit, it means something very different.
Well put. Here in California, if you drive a nice new Range Rover, it usually means that you can afford many other nice things. If you have 24's and a body kit, it means something entirely different as well.

I think that a body kit and banger rims on a range is about as attractive and purposeful as tits on a bear and lipstick on a pig.
 
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