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Old 10-18-2009
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01+ rear bumper?

So, my rear bumper on the right side is super effed.

I was wondering if anyone around Belfair/Bremerton/Seattle/Olympia area had an extra bumper that they no longer needed. Free or like super low price would be awesome, as I am not making as much as I should right now.

Mine is chrome, but I have seen some really neat looking white ones too.

please let me know what you have,


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you should try certifit, they are up in seattle, and usually have good prices
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