Coby i think ima go without it bro
Dustin hmm i might have missed that part dang but your talking about the edges where it connects to the fenders right? And thanks just trying to help someone out a guy was asking questions about a bumper swap on YouTube, ill try to get him to join yourcobalt theres a lot of people willing to help out here
The rear bumper is just as easy as the front. Push pins along the trunk opening, two screws near the tail lamps, push pins in the wheel liners and a few along the bottom. If you're swapping to an SS rear, you'll need different wheel liners to do It properly.
Don't you have a floppy bumper along the bottom? The SS inner liners extend lower and reinforce the bumper from flexing. I've read where people didn't install them but they are cheap. I figured, may as well do it right.
The cheapest bet would be to get them from a salvage yard as you won't save to pay shipping. I've seen some used ones listed on eBay for $50 a piece. I thought that was laughable as you can get new genuine gm pieces for the cost of one used one.
Agreed! I have that paint on my car. Also, it's a metallic paint which is more expensive and harder to match. On the bright side, there is an abundance of wingless trunks in this color. I want to go wingless eventually. I think it looks much more streamlined.