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  1. THIS IS NOT 02BUMPERS and has no affiliation to this seller or trim kits.
  2. I do appreciate the sentiment. It took me a lot of work, years, blood, sweat, tears and headaches to get this belt line trim to market.Haha, seriously though, I appreciate the post. Thank you.
  3. Selling a pair of front seats for a friend. The seats are in decent shape there is some tears in the drivers side seat but the passenger side is in good shape. I might ship them if someone is willing to cover the cost of freight. Please respond to the ad or PM me on the FAQ. Thanks for looking!
  4. https://02bumpers.com/collections/frontpage/products/bmw-1600-2002-short-stainless-steel-front-bumper-1968-71
  5. Hey Dave, I will be getting in a bulk order in 2-3 weeks that will have enough sets where I can break a couple up and sell the individual pieces. I will keep you posted on that. Chris
  6. Dave, The match will be a little off if you decide to go with single pieces. The stainless steel, when compared to the stock anodized aluminum, is much more of a bright mirrored finish. If the mismatch doesn't bother you, I have a shipment of 10 sets coming in the next couple weeks and could potentially be willing to break up a set if they haven't been sold. I'll keep you posted.
  7. I will order some extra sets of belt line seam cover clips for you. Anyone else have any interest? $35 plus shipping for all 4 pieces.
  8. Hey James, I'm working on getting the video out here shortly. It will be available to those who purchase the kits. I am past the r&d stage with my exclusive manufacturer and everything is fitting and looking great. I have sent out 5 sets and will pass the feedback along once I get it. I have 10 more sets coming in the next shipment, 5 of which are spoken for and 5 that are available for purchase. I will let you know once the video is finished! Thank you for the interest
  9. It is not guaranteed that the beltline will fit over the plastic clips due to the varying states of integrity of each clip for each 2002. I have successfully installed trim with the clips but I found the worn out clips wouldn't hold the trim effectively. So, I was going to have to replace the old clips with new plastic clips anyway, so I decided to make stainless steel fasteners that will never wear out and will never have to be replaced.
  10. How many do you need? I may have some extras lying around from my stainless steel beltline kits.
  11. Hey James, I am at around 5-6 weeks lead time for sets that are ordered now. This will become shorter once I have an inventory going but that will happen after this first shipment. I will do my best to keep an inventory so you guys don't have to wait, but the sets are going quick and the first shipment is going to have 20 sets in it, half of those have been claimed. Lead time is 4-5 weeks for bumper sets. But sets that were ordered from Dec18-april19 will be all caught up in June.
  12. As far as I know the 5mph bumpers that are on the late model 2002's are not within the safety standard for the cars on the road today. The 5mph bumpers are a 40 year old standard so I think you should be good with the switch. I have never heard of an insurance company making a stink about it. But I am not 100% on this, so proceed with your own judgement. Our bumpers are fairly robust and will be able to absorb some of the energy of an impact but in all reality, a 2002 in any state will take a beating from most cars out on the road today. Any insurance guys have any insight on this?
  13. Hey Seth, I have been pretty busy with private messages and with guys on the Facebook side of things and have unfortunately pushed off the FAQ post as a result. I have been unfaithful hahaha please forgive me!! 🤣 As far as the fit, please read the above post, I think I may have answered your question. There is really no special care needed besides general cleaning and maybe the occasional polish. But the shine comes through as long as you didn't just go rally the Baja 4000. Jokes aside, they will outlast the OEM easily. Paint does not need to be masked off but, I do recommend taking extra care while securing the fasteners, you want the fit to be tight but you don't have to go crazy on it. Let me know if I got all your questions covered! -Chris
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