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Front Bumper Removal

Discussion in 'Z3 Roadster & Coupé' started by JeremyZ3, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. JeremyZ3

    JeremyZ3 Newbie

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    Hello,
    I intend to have the front bumper resprayed before Spring, does aonyone have experience for the best method of removal? ... pics would really help.

    Thanks in advance
    Jeremy

    2000 2.8
     
  2. GazHyde

    GazHyde The Gaz Monkey
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    Hi Jeremy,

    Body panel removal is definitely something I want to get documented for the wiki area. I've been looking at removing my front bumper (mines a right mess), and bookmarked this pictorial thread a while ago http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=745214

    That should get you started, and if you fancy writing the process up I'd be glad to add it to our wiki area for everyone else ;)

    Cheers, Gary
     
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  4. JeremyZ3

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    Thanks for the links, between the two sets of info I should be able to remove it and hopefully take some pics for future reference, If however, someone beats me to it, please feel free to post a Wiki ... I'm waiting for the warmer weather.

    cheers
    Jeremy