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#1 (permalink) Old 08-12-2009, 05:51 PM
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Front Bumper HELP!!

Hv 99 M3 cabrio(E36) that needs front bumper. Does anyone have any knowledge on the best material (ABS, polyurethane, duraflex, etc). I do not want fiberglass. Also any suggestions on companies to buy from. I've heard DDM tuning but have heard horror stories about late shipping, wrong/damaged products. Any advice would be helpful.
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Are you looking for a stock bumper? Because if you are, just hit up a junk yard.

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just to help out i've heard polyurethane, but i have no experience with aftermarket bumpers...

i've just pulled body parts off of other BMW's...

you might want to wait on other peoples opinion.

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Hv 99 M3 cabrio(E36) that needs front bumper. Does anyone have any knowledge on the best material (ABS, polyurethane, duraflex, etc). I do not want fiberglass. Also any suggestions on companies to buy from. I've heard DDM tuning but have heard horror stories about late shipping, wrong/damaged products. Any advice would be helpful.
Thanks,
Bob
I purchased my front bumper from DDM & had no issues what so ever........

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