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Thread: Our latest front bumper for the 200SX S14A,

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    Our latest front bumper for the 200SX S14A,

    The latest in our product line up is the new 2 piece front bumper for the S14A. Constructed as two separate pieces its a lot easier to change styles/ load onto trailers. The idea came to us last year when we supported our drift car at events throughout Europe. It was a bit of a struggle taking bumpers on and off for loading purposes and also when 'incidents' happened we had to patch up the bumper in the pits as best we could. Having a separate lower lip will enable us to carry spares which can be stored easier and also have a different style lip for courses that we feel would need more ground clearance. Currently we offer two styles of lower lips that can be used with the same upper bar.
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    Quite like that tbh im not a fan of kits either, how much does it come in at?

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    Also very interested on a price

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    The upper bar is 108
    the lower bars are 130 each

    prices are vat inclusive

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    how do they secure?

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    For more permanent installations then we suggest a nut and bolt combination, there are flat surfaces on the bottom and top bars that sit flush together for this. Alternatively for the tail happy owners out there cable ties could be an option but we don't recommend this method for road use

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