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Re: Roops-how was it to pull the bumper? nt (archive)

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Posted by Roops on January 11, 2002 at 04:25:31:

In Reply to: Roops-how was it to pull the bumper? nt posted by Bill on January 10, 2002 at 16:59:15:

Bill. as the other guys have described it is a slam-dunk to remove the bumper/airdam. The ducts require a little trimming to fit and you will have to trim around the temp. sensor housing to fit. You also need a decent hole saw to make a couple of nice holes in the splash gards either side of the engine to let the hoses through. After this, all is done.


I have got the Bimmerworld ones that don't require the hub removal. They are worth every penny, and fit quite nicely to the old fog light mountings. No extra drilling or abuse required.


Should I get the World challenge type that requires hub removal or are the one piece ones where you don't have to remove the hub sufficient?

For auto-x and driver schools (6-8/yr), down the road hopefully club racing.

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