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Re: bumper trim

Personally, I'd go via the trims as they will look more 'factory-fit' plus there will be holes leading through the bumper for routing cables, so it should be a neater/easier job.

Lastly, you can have the trims clamped onto a bench for drilling the holes, so chances of making an error are greatly reduced.



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