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HShaw

Mk7 Rear Bumper Insert On A Mk7.5?

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Would this be a straight swap and would I have to take off the whole rear bumper? Or could I just remove the insert? :P

Kind of not keen on the look of the mk7.5 rear bumper but toying with ideas of getting it sprayed?

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Get the ST one ;)

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They do look great but that'd mean having to get an exhaust to fill the cutout! Money money money :ph34r:

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They do look great but that'd mean having to get an exhaust to fill the cutout! Money money money :ph34r:

I spent about £30 on an exhaust trim to fill the gap when I put my ST Defuser on-

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Aye that does look very tidy. How much did you spend on the bumper parts? If you don't mind me asking

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Also very interested in this! Any info on price, difficulty etc. Thanks!

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Where did u get the exhaust trim from?

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I just bought an ST rear insert, I've decided seeing the ZS isn't an ST, and it's a diesel, to keep the original look of the exhaust :P

I'm in the process of filling the gap where the exhaust tip goes so it looks like the other side. Should be decent when done.

I'd imagine if a company will fit body kits, they'll do this as well, though it'll be more costly than an exhaust tip I'd imagine.

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I just bought an ST rear insert, I've decided seeing the ZS isn't an ST, and it's a diesel, to keep the original look of the exhaust :P

I'm in the process of filling the gap where the exhaust tip goes so it looks like the other side. Should be decent when done.

I'd imagine if a company will fit body kits, they'll do this as well, though it'll be more costly than an exhaust tip I'd imagine.

Get some pix up once done mate

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