Delfin rear bumper

Sep 15, 2009
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Has anyone removed there rear bumper for any reason ? I noticed this evening mines trying to escape,on the passenger side. It looks like a few screws hold this and a bit of glue/mastic or sikaflex type stuff. The screws are not or don't appear to be holding. Any ideas tips or hints ? As always be gratefully appreciated thanks
 

PP Bear

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Sorry I can't help without looking at it, but I'm sure there'll be someone along who can :)
 
OP
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I'm sure I can fgigutre it out but if someone's already done it. Then I could maybe learn from there mistakes or knowledge
 
OP
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Just an update figured it out its now better than new imho hapy days bit of a pain as I had to drop down tow bar to get better access.
 
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just had mine off for a repair, self tappers through two plastic ‘bobbins’ either side, a self tapper behind each brake light and indicator plus a blob of sikafix under them and two self tappers behind the number plate. Be carefull, the plastic is quite brittle and a new bumper is £1500.
 

Captain Biggles

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I'm a newbie
just had mine off for a repair, self tappers through two plastic ‘bobbins’ either side, a self tapper behind each brake light and indicator plus a blob of sikafix under them and two self tappers behind the number plate. Be carefull, the plastic is quite brittle and a new bumper is £1500.
Dear Jockaneezer, where did you get the 'unrealistic £1,500 figure from' ?
 
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