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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 12:09 am 
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Since i had my front bumper off today, decided id take some pics to explain how to take the front bumper off.

There are 2 Screws both sides of the bumper in the wheel archs, Simply unscrew.

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Next there are 2 bolts under the bumper (10mm or 13mm)

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And Finally, remove the front indicators, to reveal 2 Bolts behind them, Undo them (10mm or 13mm), and the bumper should fall free, but may need some persuading

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 2:07 pm 
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W00t! Sticky :wink:

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just to say as you prob already know the bolts are prob 10 or 12 as japs dont use any 13mm bolts.


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stu36 wrote:
just to say as you prob already know the bolts are prob 10 or 12 as japs dont use any 13mm bolts.


the ones behind the indicators are 12mm, the rest are 10mm

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was gona say no bigy just thought it was worth mentioning.


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stu36 wrote:
was gona say no bigy just thought it was worth mentioning.


every little helps :D


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aye, 12mm behind the indicators, and 10mm underneath IIRC (Took my bumper off he other day)

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on mine they were all 10mm behind the indicators and underneath they looked like the original bolts


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oli b civic ec9 1990 wrote:
on mine they were all 10mm behind the indicators and underneath they looked like the original bolts



some are 10, some are 12


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on my EF2 they were 10mm, on the DX and GL were 12mm.

Must be an Early and late spec thing, as eary specs done have those spacers on the front panel for the bumper

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:59 pm 
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cheers for this saves me dicking about!!! nice one!

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:30 pm 
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ace will be getting the vt bumper off when home cheers giz :)


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thanks for this saves me some time :top:


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