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Old 07-25-2004, 11:20 AM   #11
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Mine has a 1/2'" wear mark at the tail lights. By the time you get to the back of the car, this translates into one heck of a wobbly bumper cover.

The cover has no real structure to speak of as it relies on mounting points and the Lee Press-On plactic pieces above and below the bumper to retain some sort of shape. The one in the junkyard was loose, the 96 I looked at was loose too but it was a piece of feces to begin with.

The 90 however is rock solid.
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