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Old 01-24-2013, 04:25 PM   #1
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*OEM* M3 Front Bumper Install On NON-M "HELP"

Yea I already know theres threads about this and i have a good idea how to do it but Im seeking more DETAILED Info .

Ok so i have a 02 330Ci and i have a OEM M3 front bumper from a 02 M3 ( this is the m3 bumper with the foam stuck inside of it). My question is what is the best way to get my stock rebar to fit onto the m3 bumper. I have already started to shave down the foam bar with my dremel and it seems like its gonna take years to do as the dremel only can do so much at a time i was gonna shave the foam in the bumper down a bit and jb welb it to my rebar.... I want to just take the whole foam part out but then im left with a bumper cover and rebar and i dont (think) jb welding them togather would work or would it? . I know im gonna cut my rebar on both ends down a inch or so to get it flush with the fenders. IF YOU HAVE DONE THIS WHAT EXACTLY DID YOU DO TO GET THE REBAR TO FIT ON THE BUMPER COVER AND FOAM?

HAS ANYBODY DONE THIS? IM SURE SOMEONE HAS AND I JUST NEED SOME INPUT IM STARTED TO GET PISS3D HAHA. ANY INFOS GREAT
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