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    Default Fitting my chrome foglight surrounds...

    on saturday hopefully, just wondering worse case scenario does anyone know the part numbers off the rivets and torx screws that hold the bumper on incase they get damaged? may order some so i dont get stuck lol

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    It's just screws mate that hold the bumper on
    i never botherd with the plastic rivets in the bottom of the bumper /undertray.

    i just let it hang!
    nut you can fit them without taking off the bumper!

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    on a pre facelift? is it easy doin it without the bumper coming off?

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    took mine off Paul. think Dean posted the number on someones thread last night

    ks246 thread

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    Ahh soz mate!
    thought it was a facelift one!

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    it can be done without taking the bumper off on a preface lift but its a nut ache unless you have girl hands

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    there not much room then once the undertray removed? how about if its on a ramp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAULMAC77 View Post
    there not much room then once the undertray removed? how about if its on a ramp?
    sorry forgot to put that mate .....on a ramp
    front bumper is easy to get off if you look on how twos think there one on bumper removal

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    yeah its looking like om goin to attempt to get it off, by all accounts it sounds the easiest way to do it. Just didnt wanna break any of the clips or screws takin it off then not be able to get it back on lol

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    you just need a good set of pliers or pincers to pull the pins (count to ten then run LOL)

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