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NeKr0MAtiK 11-29-2012 11:51 PM

Replace OEM Bumper with a custom one...
I Rear-ended a guy a few months back and basically bent my bumper in half. I pulled the whole thing off along with the brackets via the 2 large nuts on both of the frame bumper mounts. I then then threw the whole thing away (stupid mistake I know) along with the 4 bolt mounting brackets and anything they might have been attached to.. Now my question is if I decide to buy a custom bumper to replace the old one, what would I have to get aside from some new brackets? The reason I ask is because looking at the available custom bumpers online I see no bolts mounted to them or any other type of mounting screws/hardware attached to the things, they appear to just be big fiber glass pieces. I looked for a "how to" online and came up empty handed. Any help is appreciated. This is the bumper I'm looking at. Thank you in advance.

Jimaa66 11-30-2012 12:01 AM

Maybe I am missing something- but isn't that just a cover that goes over your existing bumper?
And can't you find something at a wrecker from a truck that was in a rear end collision? Then you could mount the cover over it. Or did I not read this well?

NeKr0MAtiK 11-30-2012 02:20 AM

I've been to the pick a parts and wreck yards and what have you. All the bumpers are gone every time. That's why I'm looking for a new one but I don't know if that's just a cover. I mean its says bumper not just bumper cover that's why I'm confused about this. I can't seem to find the whole bumper assembly anywhere either aside from the dealer but no way am i spending that kinda cash for a bumper. Also, if you watch there lame video at the bottom the the page it shows them take the bumper off the 350z and then put theirs on.

NeKr0MAtiK 11-30-2012 03:08 AM

This guide answers the question on whether or not it's just a cover. I guess all I need are some new brackets.

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