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    Just re-uploaded pictures



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    Wish u show step by step how to do this please

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    The bits from nissan. How much cutting did it require to fit?
    Or does it come with a hole in it?

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    I trimmed the inside of the bumper just a bit to fit the light, The Nissan fog light trim pieces didn't require any trimming came with a hole in it. I will update when i get some better lights been busy working on my miata. The Bling lights are okay but the lighting is not there so im going to be retro fitting HiDs in the housing

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    Nice i think im going to order those fog light trim pieces and use the driver side one as a ram air intake.
    Maybe some bug eye jdm yellow rally light for the lower grill.

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    My mod
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    kit on ebay 125$ CDN http://www.cafr.ebay.ca/itm/Front-Bu...046bdd&vxp=mtr
    perfect fit
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    connect on parking light w relay
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    the best is connected on parking or low beam.
    is very easy or tuff job connecter under dash w switch.
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    Thats really cool! Nice mod. I can think of someone else who needs this and more.
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    Hah, I missed this. Nice work Doomfis.

    How long did it take you to do the install?

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    do you need to take the wheel well liners out completely to get the bumper off? how about the headlights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorriesfield View Post
    do you need to take the wheel well liners out completely to get the bumper off? how about the headlights?
    No the wheel well liners can stay in you just need to remove a few push pins in there to get the ratchet in for the ten mil bolts. There is actually a how to remove the bumper skin on the thread about a/c condenser coil protection. All there is to it is you remove two push pins in the bottom then four torx screws under the front corners, two bolts up in the fender near the headlight and finally the four or five push pins just inside the hood. Welcome to the forum by the way.


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