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Old 05-12-2005, 01:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok i just recently got in a minor collision, my big dent in my door will be fixed monday
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but they like pulled my front bumped almost off when theyw ere backing up, but I just pushed it back on, and it seems fine,

is the bumped like just kinda a snap on thing, or does putting it back on require welding and shit?

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The bumper cover does not need welding. It is held on by bolts underneath the bumper trim. Along the sides it kind of slides and clips. I think your good to go..
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So it just kinda clips on then?

so i should be fine?>
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The bumper cover does not need welding. It is held on by bolts underneath the bumper trim. Along the sides it kind of slides and clips. I think your good to go..
Pretty much there is a metal bumper that connects by a couple of plastic fastners to the OEM plastic bumper. That whole assembly connects to the car by the side clips and 4 large nuts. I added a new M3 bumper to my 325is and it was pretty easy, just need to see how it actually holds. Good luck!
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