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Old 07-03-2008, 01:57 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Sounds Good...

Originally Posted by Ville80 View Post
thanks for the tips.

i think i will try to glue the lexan behind the grille. i don't see that i will have to remove it, except for maybe repainting the mesh and bumper in the future. i'll consider some L brackets. maybe 2 for the top. the other sides would be visible on the outside bumper.

How about 2-4 L brackets on top and a couple zip ties to the mesh. hopefully my shop guy can firgure something out if i ever get my mesh to install.

i want to cut into my bumper as little as necessary.

hopefully i can secure the bottom piece it to the bumper with only 6 plastic push screws, 8 at the most. i should be able to get 6 more attaching to the subframe.
Sounds like your on the right track. I don't like cutting or drilling if I don't have to. I usually find away around it, even more important for you since your car is much newer than mine. Good luck.
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