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    Hi there all i have a 96 n reg 323i coupe and i would like to change the front bumper to the m3 or mtec. Ive been offered an mtec skin at a reasonable price and would like to know will this just bolt straight over my existing crash bar or will i need a different on ie a m3 or mtec one. Any help would be great. many thanks.
     
     

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    bolt straight other mate
     
     

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    straight on easy peasey.
     
     

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    Thanks to both of you for that no need to pay this guy for another crash bar then?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by righthander69 View Post
    Thanks to both of you for that no need to pay this guy for another crash bar then?
    no mate you can use yours, the only thing you will need is the brake ducts as they are longer on a M bumper mate, try and get these as they are £60 from bmw
     
     

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    Yer thanks for that i wouldnt have know that. What about the fog lights in my original bumper will they for the mtec bumper or will i need new fogs and holders for the mtec bumper???
     
     

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    I think all the front fogs are the same shape and locating bolts.
     
     

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    YEA PRETTY SURE THERE THE SAME MATE JUST HAD A LOOK AT MINE TWO SETS ONES m3 THE OTHERS ON MY 320I COUPE I CANT SEE ANY DIFFERENCE M8
     
     

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    Cheers guys you have just saved me a fortune the guy selling the mtec bumper skin said i needed the crash bar and the fog lights nearly fell for that so big thanks... all i need now is some cheap m3 side mouldings second hand and the car is sorted ha ha
     
     

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    I might have a email address for a german bloke who makes m3 bits and bob ill ad it later if i can find iti got a brand new m3 bumper in abs for only £100 including the rubbing strips mesh even screws for the mesh to be fitted give me 10mins m8
     
     

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