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I haven't posted here in a while but I thought I would post my latest project on my 2013 Odyssey. I took 2 sets of rear fender trim from a 2010 Honda Pilot and extensively modified them to fit all four corners of my wife's odyssey. Lots of cutting, hot staples and plastic welding. I just finished the project today. Loading pics now.
 

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Now I have to repaint my mud flaps. Color is a shade lighter. Grrrr...

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The first thing I did was measure sliding door clearance before I started. I had about 3/4" to work with. Final clearance ended up about 1/16". It was close!!!

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Honda Odyssey Fender Flares

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Very nice work, really liking all the "stock looking" mods you've done to the van.
Thanks, that's my intent, trying to complete mods without taking away too much from the original design.


Great job on this project. Doing mods is the fun part of vehicle ownership. The end product is the reward. Looks stock to me which again is the result of your hard work.
 

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The lip was pretty easy. I used two Spoilers heat stapled and plastic welded in the center. I had to do some minor filing and sanding to perfectly fit the contours of the bumper right underneath the fog lights. Then prepped and painted it.
 

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The lip was pretty easy. I used two Spoilers heat stapled and plastic welded in the center. I had to do some minor filing and sanding to perfectly fit the contours of the bumper right underneath the fog lights. Then prepped and painted it.
very nice front lip bro. especially how they dont make much body kits for 4th gen odysseys. you ever think about making that same front lip and selling them? id be willing to buy one. been looking for a front lip but can't find any good ones. right now i just have a rubber universal splitter on mine.
 
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