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where can i get a flush bumper without front bumperettes?

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just unbolt them and remove them from the bumper and your bumper will look like the one in the photo you provided. If you feel on the back side of the bumper just behind the bumperette, you will feel the nut that holds the thing on.

Brandon

'72 Tii

'73 Tii

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If you take a close look at Hugo's front bumper (above pic), I chose to install the European style bumperettes typical of early cars to match the Eurpoean rear bumper (which has no bumperettes). They cover the joints, yet are not at all intrusive visually.

John

'72tii "Hugo"

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the entire bumper but the orignal front bumper only has rubber molding on each of the corners. do i need to modify a rubber piece or is there something available? thanks.

terry

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them. I have seen that done. Alot of work

The welding sometimes warps the bumber

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