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    Euro Bumper Conversion

    Are there any articles still out there with instructions to perform a Euro Bumper conversion???


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    It was a pain in the arse!

    This is my 83 633csi. I bought the front and rear bumpers at a junk yard. The front required some minor cutting with a sawzall. The euro mounting holes were there but filled in. When you buy the front, make sure you get the mounting brackets. The rear is still not finished because it requires custom fabrication above and below where the bumper mounts. The lower part of mine isn't done yet. Email me your number for more info.

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    sorry here is the pic.


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    i'm an idiot


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    Re: Euro Bumper Conversion

    Some photos of my '86 US car with the euro bumper conversion:


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    Re: Euro Bumper Conversion Part2



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    Re: Euro Bumper Conversion Part2 last try

    http://mydrive.roadfly.com/photos/pic.php?u=14677fm6t5&i=8869

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    Re: Euro Bumper Conversion

    YGM

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    Re: It was a pain in the arse!

    Are you referring to the 2 holes on each side in the frame rails?

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    my experience


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