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PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:35 am 
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Quite strait forward.

2 Located in the boot, simple to find, there 2 like "molds" in the rear plastics, they are located inside.

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There are 2 bolts underneath, located directly above the recess for the OEM exhaust, and another located on the exact oposite side of the bumper.

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Last but not least, 2 screws in the archs, located on the black trim of the bumper, above the mudflap (Sorry, this picture doesnt quite show them)

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After all these removed, the bumper, with a bit of persuation, should fall free!

Enjoy!

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People should at least have Haynes manuals lol.

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Why have haynes manuals! when theres me :lol:

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Better pics here as the hanes manual! :D


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u beat me to it gizmo!!


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will it be that same on the sedan as i gotta spray my bumper up on top :D

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Jared wrote:
will it be that same on the sedan as i gotta spray my bumper up on top :D


yep, they are all fixed on the same dude
even shuttle's

two screws in the arches, two 12mm bolts in the boot, two 12mm bolts underneath


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sweet, now, how about the front :P


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browne174 wrote:
sweet, now, how about the front :P


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perfect timing, im taking the gl bumpers of tomorrow to trial fit my new ones :)


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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 8:55 am 
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was fishing around for this for ages :) , took my rear bumper off last night.....not quite like this though as every single nut and screw was a ball of rust.....the bumper did survive though :shock:

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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 8:59 am 
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so you took the bumper off the support bar instead of the support bar off the car?


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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 10:05 am 
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Exactly that. undid the 2 bolts inside the boot that gave me enough space/leverage to get the 3 screws off the top of the bumper.....the bolts underneath were completely shot to bits just balls of rust, not sure how im going to get them off?
Going to have a look at the other car at lunch time, hopefully its nothing like this one! :top:

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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2012 10:29 am 
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lots of WD40 and some mole grips.

ive had to do it many times, just need to be patient with it.


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Yep im in no rush at the moment so I will let them soak in WD40 for a few days then go do battle. :)

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