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Old 02-16-2004, 01:25 AM   #1
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Need to find inserts for Gt bumper

I am buying a GT bumper cuase mine got messed up in an accident, but i wont have duals for a bit and i dont want a gt bumper without duals. So i was wondering where I might find some semi-circle inserts to put in the gt bumper to make it look like a v6 bumper until i can get some duals. any ideas? Thanks.
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Old 02-16-2004, 10:44 AM   #2
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id say custom fabricate something... i havnt really heard of inserts for that area
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Old 02-16-2004, 10:59 AM   #3
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The only thing I have ever seen is a plastic rubber piece that wraps around the rear bumper at the bottom, from CDC ( Classic Design Concepts ), but normally are only sold when you buy a Side Exhaust setup from them....
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Alright, thanks for the tips guys. I think im just gonna install my duals at the same time and save myself the headache. Thanks again
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Old 02-16-2004, 08:39 PM   #5
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Wise move, there is a guy around here that runs with GT Rear with the stock v6 exhaust on his and it looks so stupid!
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Yeah i dont think i could bring myself to run around with stock exhaust and gt cutouts.....thats just ugly and i take enough **** for only having a v6 as is.
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welcome to the club
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I guess Ill just have to wait til i can afford a cobra.....
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Or maybe get one one piece at a time.....
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Rick...

I have 1 question...what I would have to notice is the Handicap chair on that license plate, what would one need one of those on there when there car is so enhanced by SVT!

You hit you a damn Racoon didnt ya, look over here guys he has a coondecap plate!

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LOL, Thats a Disabled Veteran Tag Krazy Pony, they gave it to me for being 100% Service Connected Disabled Veteran. Never mind I am a Mental Case, hehehe. It comes in handy to get the good parking spaces up close and nice and wide so I don't get so many door bang dents in my GT! I do have a messed up back too, so its nice, I got a disabled placard for my truck too, but I got the tag based on my status as a Disabled Vet which has nothing at all to do with my messed up back other than I hurt it working for the damned VA Hospital.
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I just thought that was kinda a funny observation....
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It wasn't me that hit the racoon, it was ZimStang, lol.
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Nothing wrong with being handicap, they just give you weird looks when you pull up in a stang. I got asked all time if I was really handicapped after I got out of the hospital cause I was in my mustang. When I drove my dad's truck, I never got so much as a look. I'm glad I don't need it anymore eventhough it was fun while it lasted.
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