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    i got some of the cheap sensors from e-bay a while ago now and only just got around to fitting them.....

    had to colour code them first and then with the holesaw that came with the kit drilled the back bumper (after removing it to find the marks on the rear ) they look factory fit imo and work great , good old e-bay
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    Nice work mate...but`ll tell you...you are a brave man.....that drill looks nasty to be drilling holes on the bumper...but you achieved a perfect result

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    looks good mate, same as mine, think you painted yours better though, i didnt want to spray too much on. only thing is when i was my car it messes them up for a bit untill they dry out.

    top job

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    great job m8, just the way it should be done....not like mine

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    nice job

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    Top job rich nice neat work m8.

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    thank's for the comments peep's took me best part of the day as the weather was indifferent to say the least, also took of my mud-flap's and re-did those too, just waiting for the 2nd coat of laquer to dry so it can have a 3rd and final one befor re-fitting them
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    Top job Rich, they look really smart.

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    Nice job, they look original

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    That's a neat job, they're nice and small and look quite like factory fit. Good work fella!

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