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alittle bumper cover question

ok now i was looking at a few birds and i like the way the plastic bumper cover "bumper IMO" on the sc looks better then the one on my bird so the question is would a 91 sc bumber fit a 91 n/a

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yes, it will, it might require some trimming of the stuff underneath the cover IE the bumper, but i dont think so, anyone got any input?

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sweet!!! i was hoping for a yes

i just love the way the sc front looks the way it has the slits and all it great

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Heh, Casper just wants to show off his work the link tells you what you gotta do if you do end up needing to trim the foam underneath your bumper (cover)

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Heh, Casper just wants to show off his work
can't you tell???


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can't you tell???

yes, and it gets quite annoying to be honest... your link has absoultely nothing to do with fitting a sc front bumper onto a 91 lx. and you do that a lot.. you'll post links to your car that have nothing to do with the current topic.

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thanks guys
once i sell my 88 tc i will get ahold of a sc front end

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yes, and it gets quite annoying to be honest... your link has absoultely nothing to do with fitting a sc front bumper onto a 91 lx. and you do that a lot.. you'll post links to your car that have nothing to do with the current topic.
And for more info on fitting a 91 sc bumper to a 91 lx click here-
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yes, and it gets quite annoying to be honest... your link has absoultely nothing to do with fitting a sc front bumper onto a 91 lx. and you do that a lot.. you'll post links to your car that have nothing to do with the current topic.
sorry but i thought he is talking about rear bumper.

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even then, you have a 94/95 rear bumper

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And for more info on fitting a 91 sc bumper to a 91 lx click here-
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or here - How do you keep a foolish man busy?

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haha! nice

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If you're referring to the rear bumper cover, it should fit without trimming the supporting foam stuff. Of course each year varies and so does the bumper cover. I have a 90ish SC bumper cover on my 95 LX. I didn't have to cut the foam at all. It fits just fine. Actually, it feels more firm that the stock 95 LX bumper did. Only thing I can say is, yes it will fit as far as bolting up. Worst thing you will have to do is maybe sand away some of the foam support.

If you're reffering to the front bumper cover, then yes, the SC bumper cover should fit no problems at all. (don't hold me to that )

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I had a '90 n/a and the 89-93 SC front and rear covers fit fine on it along with the ground effects. It all bolts up just fine. I only have before and after pictures but if you're interested let me know.

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