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Old 09-09-2013, 10:29 PM   #1
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Grille delete for saleen

I need to know if there is a bottom piece out there that will fit the Saleen bumper? I have holes in mine cuz dumbass original owner put a honeycomb grill on the Saleen bumper. Lol
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to answer your question it'd fit with probably a bit of heating...afterall it's just plastic and a heat gun could help you mold it a bit better.
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Same thing was done to mine.
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Same thing was done to mine.
Isn't that dumb how they do that? Lol
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Sure is, lol I had to replace it anyways cause it was cracked pretty good. I just put a mach grill delete in it when I got the new bumper.
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Sure is, lol I had to replace it anyways cause it was cracked pretty good. I just put a mach grill delete in it when I got the new bumper.
Everything fit without problem? Whereby order from?
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Nope, had to modify the holes in the top. bought it from AM. My bumper is fiber glass, I think that is why it had to be modified. Just my guess though
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Nope, had to modify the holes in the top. bought it from AM. My bumper is fiber glass, I think that is why it had to be modified. Just my guess though
Oh okay fasho
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