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fiberglass rear bumper installed in wta123's car

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will thanks for emailing me the pics. it looks nice, how did you do your install? detailed pls.

dave

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That looks VERY nice.

Love the flat black too.....

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email me

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if you're selling them...why not post the details here rather than have everyone that might be interested email you?

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in the flanges in the bumper. Looks real good. Its a great product and Dave has been very helpful.

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with square lights so i cannot give you details, will, andy or ian can tell you how they did it, on a roundie with the chrome bumper it is straightforward as all you do is measure the holes on the bumper brackets and mark the plate on the fiberglass bumper and bolt it to the bracket.

the bumper is of 3 layer fiberglass finished in black gelcoat weighs about 8 pounds or less. strong too you can stand on it and it will not crush.

dave

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