The duration of a body kit installation can vary depending on the scope of work involved. Here are some general timelines:
Simple Front Lip and Side Skirt Install: This type of installation typically takes a few hours. It involves fitting and securing the front lip and side skirts to the existing body panels, ensuring proper alignment and fastening.
Partial Body Kit Install: If you are adding multiple components, such as front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and a rear spoiler, the installation may take a day or two. This includes proper fitting, aligning, and securing of each component to achieve a cohesive look.
Full Body Kit Install: Installing a complete wide body kit, which may include fender flares, extended side skirts, a new front bumper, rear bumper, and other components, is a more involved process. It can take several days to a few weeks, depending on the complexity of the kit and the customization required. This involves extensive modification and fitting of the body panels, potentially requiring cutting, molding, and refinishing to achieve the desired look.
Custom or Specialty Builds: For highly customized or unique body kits, the installation timeline can be significantly longer. Customization may involve fabricating or modifying existing components to fit the specific design requirements. This can take several weeks or even months, depending on the complexity of the project.