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Old 09-09-2010, 06:59 PM   #11  
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I did the v6 bumper for GT bumper swap...I did it myself with just the bumper cover and grill. It looked good but without the GT fender liners the bottom part of the bumper cover hangs lower and you can't attach the bottom screw from the fender liner into the bumper (plus it didn't look finished to me). So I got a set of GT fender liners. As far as trimming anything down, I didn't do that, so not sure what pascal meant. I also had the pony package fogs, and I used same wiring, just did what TTS did in above post. I did put on the stone deflector few months later and it tightened bottom up, so I would say put that on also, like pascal said for 50 bucks it's worth it.
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