CHRYSLER 300 BODY KITS


Chrysler 300 performance body kits are nowadays being manufactured from different materials. All have some advantages and disadvantages and selecting a body kit of a particular material depends totally on the price, conditions, usage and other various factors. The different materials could be polyurethane body kits and others, made up of fiber glass, carbon fiber, ABS plastic etc.

Before you purchase a Chrysler 300 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 Chrysler 300 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.

The biggest advantage of attempting your Chrysler 300 body modification and then replacing it with polyurethane is its durability. These kits would be more long lasting than the famous fiber glass as the material is more flexible. This flexibility makes it to get mount on your Chrysler 300 very easily. So if you are reluctant in changing your car's body kit and consider installing a new one very tough job then polyurethane will change your opinion once and for all. This attribute makes a Chrysler 300 body kit modification quite simple and pretty much a DIY job hence saving time and money.

Since polyurethane is a hard and flexible substance, it does not damage easily as compared to its other competitors. So you need to bang real hard your car in order to place an impact on it. You definitely would not love to strike your car anywhere no matter what material your Chrysler 300 body kit is and this feeling become even more extreme when the material is polyurethane. Because the moment your car strikes and an impact is laid, there's a great disadvantage waiting for you which I will discuss in the disadvantages section.

Since the polyurethane is a high quality material so generally the body kits made up of it are more costly than other materials so you really need to have tight pockets if you are going for it. This is a great drawback as it goes out of reach for many car enthusiasts and they cannot afford it at all. Secondly, painting over polyurethane is not a convenient job at all as paint requires more adhesion and also sags more quickly over time when exposed to sun or heat.

Furthermore, these are more heavy than fiber glass, so when you mount them over your car keep your mind well prepared for more fuel consumption as more power is going to be required by your car to drag it. Now coming to the disadvantage because of which you would not love to hit your car and cause an impression on it. Polyurethane body kits are not easily repairable or in some cases, it is impossible do retain the original shape of it and you will only have to replace it with new one as the car dents are not going to be removed you have to be even more careful on the road.

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 300 is choosing the correct one that best fits you.

 
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