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  1. 1995 e36 318i - Bumper Mesh Fitting 
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    Morning guys.

    i have put my m3 bumper on this week (mmmm) and before i get some pics up i want to fit a mesh grill on.

    now, im having problems in how im going to fix the grill to the bumper.

    I am thinking of cutting the grill an inch bigger than the hole... then bending the extra around the gaps... but then im stuck as how to stick it down.

    the first thing i came to was fibre glass... but i dont really want to use that!!

    any ideas guys??

    cheers!

    Tom
     
     

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    You can screw it on.You'll see where the other grill was screwed in and you can use the same holes
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    You can screw it on.You'll see where the other grill was screwed in and you can use the same holes
    ahh forgot the mention... the bumper is a replica and the old grill was... umm not attached shall we say

    thanks for the super quick reply though!!
     
     

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    Fair enough.How about some epoxy glue
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    Fair enough.How about some epoxy glue
    hmmm thats an idea!! nice one.
     
     

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