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WTB- Rear bumper for 72 Tii.


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FYI, all U.S. front and rear bumpers are the same from April 1971 through August 1973. By “bumper”, I’m referring to the center section plus two ends. U.S. rear overriders are also the same for this period, but U.S. front over riders change September 1972 (with the 1973 model year) to a different style. A tii bumper does not differ from a non-tii bumper.
 

Your replacement rear bumper should have long “tails” (end pieces) and should be pre-drilled for a continuous rubber rub strip.

 

Quality re-chroming generally costs more than a new component. Factor that in if you can find a new or NOS replacement.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

 

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1976 2002 Polaris, 2742541 (original owner)

1973 2002tii Inka, 2762757 (not-the-original owner)

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1 minute ago, Conserv said:

FYI, all U.S. front and rear bumpers are the same from April 1971 through August 1973. By “bumper”, I’m referring to the center section plus two ends. U.S. rear overriders are also the same for this period, but U.S. front over riders change September 1972 (with the 1973 model year) to a different style. A tii bumper does not differ from a non-tii bumper.
 

Your replacement rear bumper should have long “tails” (end pieces) and should be pre-drilled for a continuous rubber rub strip.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

 

Thanks Steve. 

I'm aware of the change in 73. And aware that a Tii bumper is the same as a 2002 of same year. I just love saying Tii. :)

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