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Old 07-08-2018, 05:14 PM
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Default Front Lip & bumper tuck

MZ front lip by Carbon Creations installed & a bumper tuck using 3M double sided tape & 2x4 wrapped in a towel so I wouldn't scratch the bumper & small jack to hold this stuff in place for a bit. No drilling for this tuck just clean the area before using 3M. One long strip of 3M tape is all that's needed.
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Old 07-09-2018, 06:09 AM
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Different question, but how did that front emblem work out for you? I ordered a set, and it seems too big for my KBD Nismo V2 bumper.
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Old 07-09-2018, 07:37 AM
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I'm interested to see how the 3M holds up with the tuck.
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It's not a bad idea as long as you really clean the bumper and the rear beam and use 3M's wide double-sided tape. It would look cleaner than having any hardware holding it up, but my concern would be whenever you remove the rear bumper.
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Pics of underside where the tape was used for mounting.
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Originally Posted by mr. sparco View Post
Pics of underside where the tape was used for mounting.
yea - I used a few bolts...I can't see double sided tape holding long term...
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by BQPham View Post
Different question, but how did that front emblem work out for you? I ordered a set, and it seems too big for my KBD Nismo V2 bumper.

Fits fine on the V2 luv this emblem.
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Originally Posted by albaugh81 View Post
Fits fine on the V2 luv this emblem.
Nice! Is that a KBD or poly V2 as well?
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