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    is there a best way to fix them, do you need to screw into the plastic of the bumper or is it better to get up behind it with some captive type nuts as well.Anybody know how the OEMs are fitted ?
     
     

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    You just have screw them on but I used washers to get the alignment right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bratty View Post
    As I stated FMW tuning.de the advantage is you can blend and paint them for the CSL look.

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    I thought about that but I was worried about the filler cracking if they bottomed out on a speed bump.
     
     

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    I have just screwed mine on, but if I was going the "Body Colour" route then I would either bond them on with epoxy or use a can of 2K Building foam, (the stuff that you use to fit windows and doors that expands and sets hard in 10 mins). Then blend them in with a quality body filler.

    Speed bumps are going to knacker anybody work when contacted.

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