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hombredelassrtas
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Mar 6, 8:46am - #412015 
Bodkit help: underplastics and foam thingy

Hey everyone, i am about to get a TRD front that doesnt have the holes driled for the underbody plastics. Do you need to attach them to the bumper like stock? If not, what is my other option, what have you all done?

Also the foam that is behind the bumper, i ahve an 03 so it wont fit righ twith new bumper, how do i ge tit out smile I think thats aobut it. Anyhting else i'll letcha know smile

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Virgilson
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Mar 6, 9:54am - #412016 
about the foam thingy...its just pops out..there are like 2 clips that hold it together...which you just pop out.


about the bumper the sides near the wheel well plastics will reach the new bumper.howeever the front under the Oil Filter will not.

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robare99
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Mar 6, 10:18am - #412017 
make some brackets out of metal. Here's some pics. I made a few & sold them but the shipping made it not worth it to me, so here's the measurements to do your own.

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and a pic of it with the bends in it...
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put the pointed hole on the plastics, see where it hits the bumper. mark the bumper with a sharpie. Then drill the bumper with an angle drill, or take the bumper off & drill it. Then rivet the metal to the bumper with the metal on the inside of the bumper. Then reinstall the bumper. I have no foam on the inside of mine since mine's a 2003 and the foam wouldn't fit. THe foam just pulls off.

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eclipseturbogsx
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Mar 6, 10:33am - #412018 
^^Great idea.. maybe i need to try this

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hombredelassrtas
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hombredelassrtas

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Mar 6, 3:11pm - #412019 
anyone have a pic of under their car? So i can jsut take off the plastics underneath that wont be attached to the bumper? Thos without TRD fronts with aftermarket bumpers, waht do you all have? I liek the bracket idea.

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robare99
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Mar 6, 8:06pm - #412020 
with the bracket idea, it just looks like the other ones when you take the bumper off. The underbody plastice keep the engine clean...

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hombredelassrtas
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Mar 6, 8:18pm - #412021 
i hear zipteis work as well. may do that temp till i can build that smile

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