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Old 02-24-2011, 11:50 PM   #41
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:40 PM   #43
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We've been in business over 10+ years now. Longer sponsors of this forum than 99% of the companies that have come and gone before us.

We've shipped over 100 bumpers this month alone and continue to provide all manner of different bumper packages for our customers at the most reasonable rates.

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Old 05-11-2011, 10:11 PM   #44
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We've been in business over 10+ years now. Longer sponsors of this forum than 99% of the companies that have come and gone before us.

We've shipped over 100 bumpers this month alone and continue to provide all manner of different bumper packages for our customers at the most reasonable rates.

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Did your bumper made of polypropylene?
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Yes all our bumpers are pp.
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Old 12-29-2011, 06:17 PM   #46
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Yes all our bumpers are pp.
Reading up on this forum raised a question...

This question is directed at Umnitza:

Is your M3 Replica bumper the one that requires epoxy?
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all m3 bumpers regardless of where they are purchased require some sort of mounting mixture - glue/epoxy/liquid plastic etc to mount the reinforcement bar. This is not the worst thing in the world, but it does require a bit more work.
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Old 01-04-2012, 12:39 AM   #48
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Does your (umnitza) bumper have at least the sliding frame brackets on the left and right of the inside? Or is there any way you could post a picture of the inside of the bumper? Thanks
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They have the same bumper guides left and ride sliding brackets.
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Last question (specifically to umnitza) but anyone can answer or add input.

I see that a lot of competitors use Polypropylene M3 replica bumpers, but yours are made out of Polyurethane. So what's the difference between them?

....Never mind. I was looking at the M3 front lip (lol opps...) and not the actual bumper. You do in fact have the polypropylene version (which tends to be betters since PU is more brittle)...

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At Umnitza:

What exactly are the optional "xenon fog lights" that I can add to my bumper order? I want the normal looking fogs, but then there is a 2nd option for the xenon version. Are those just actual projector fog lights?

Also, will the M3 style fog light covers fit on the M3 replica bumper with the normal fog lights?
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Last question (specifically to umnitza) but anyone can answer or add input.

I see that a lot of competitors use Polypropylene M3 replica bumpers, but yours are made out of Polyurethane. So what's the difference between them?

....Never mind. I was looking at the M3 front lip (lol opps...) and not the actual bumper. You do in fact have the polypropylene version (which tends to be betters since PU is more brittle)...
PP is pretty solid material and does well in most environments as well as ABS which is usually OE material.

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What exactly are the optional "xenon fog lights" that I can add to my bumper order? I want the normal looking fogs, but then there is a 2nd option for the xenon version. Are those just actual projector fog lights?

Also, will the M3 style fog light covers fit on the M3 replica bumper with the normal fog lights?
Xenon fogs is basically a xenon kit with your fog lights. If you have xenon headlighst, most people like to match them up.

The M3 style fog light covers will fit, but we don't have any more in stock for at least another month so I do not recommend purchasing those.
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The M3 style fog light covers will fit, but we don't have any more in stock for at least another month so I do not recommend purchasing those.
Wait, did you mean you do not recommend purchasing those because they are out of stock right now, or did you say that in general as in you do not recommend purchasing the M3 style fog covers (because they suck/or won't fit)??
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They don't fit great but ok. They are out of stock now.
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Old 01-31-2012, 08:56 PM   #55
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all m3 bumpers regardless of where they are purchased require some sort of mounting mixture - glue/epoxy/liquid plastic etc to mount the reinforcement bar. This is not the worst thing in the world, but it does require a bit more work.
Is this only for m3 bumpers? Would you need the glue for mtec bumpers?
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just m3, not mtech II
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