Project SC300 Road Racer: Part 24 – Wider-er is better-er!Posted on October 8, 2019byErik JacobsSince the bumper is polyurethane, it melts. Trying to mark the bumper behind the stud strip was proving to be a little annoying, so this was a really fast way to really make a mark. It neither sizzled nor smelled like bacon, I assure you. A quick hit with the drill bit to enlarge the hole, and then use a pop rivet to secure the stud strip to the bumper. H Craft had made a cool handle to unlatch my trunk, but keeping it required cutting a little slot out of the top center of the rear bumper.The rear bumper basically pushes on at this point, although the stud strips can be a little frustrating to line up. Patience and pry bars… The holes on top of the rear bumper use these OEM-style clips to hold it in place. One of the benefits of working with a real body shop is that they have all forms of these clips handy.RelatedPrevious page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Next pageRelated TopicsPaint and BodyworkKBD Body KitsClassic Livery of Atlanta Previous Article TechRestoring a Legend, Building a LS3 For Falken’s Championship Winning S13 – Part TwoPosted on October 6, 2019byMike KojimaView Post Next Article TechSTI (gen 3)SubaruInstallation and testing of the KW 2-Way Clubsports on the Devine Force Racing Time Attack STiPosted on October 9, 2019byDevin HofmannView Post Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Your Comment *Name *Email *Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.