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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-10-2005, 10:49 AM Thread Starter
 
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T-bird Rear Bumper on a Cougar

Ok got a 94-95 cougar rear bumper wanting it on a 94 cougar anythign i should know before hand and also is there any modifications i will have too do>?
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Ok got a 94-95 cougar rear bumper wanting it on a 94 cougar anything i should know before hand and also is there any modifications i will have too do?
I'm going to assume you have a 94/95 T'Bird bumper cover. Is it a SC bumper cover, or a regular bumper cover?

But in either way I can't say for sure what is needed. Everything "should" bolt up, but I'm not sure about trimming anything underneath. Hopefully someone will chime in and give some details.

p.s. While this person is giving details, if they would like to address a 89 - 93 SC rear bumper cover onto a 95 Cougar.... it would be greatly appreciated...

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lol

yeha sorry i did mean t bird bumper cover no trim at all lol!
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p.s. While this person is giving details, if they would like to address a 89 - 93 SC rear bumper cover onto a 95 Cougar.... it would be greatly appreciated...
Cut off the exaust tips and find some turn downs that go way out to the corners or trim a bit of the underside of the SC bumper like I did. Still need the turndowns though, the non SC tips will ram right into the SC bumper.

Other than that and a little shaving of some styrofoam from the corners it's all simple from there.

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You get the point.

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If it is not an SC bumper, it is the exact same bumper.
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Cut off the exaust tips and find some turn downs that go way out to the corners or trim a bit of the underside of the SC bumper like I did. Still need the turndowns though, the non SC tips will ram right into the SC bumper.

Other than that and a little shaving of some styrofoam from the corners it's all simple from there.
I didn't realize that till after my tip melted & cracked part of my newly painted SC bumper
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Yeah, I melted my LX bumper by not having the tips exit below it, so I knew I had to do it on my SC bumper.

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