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OK, I'm lost... :confused:
Drastic said:
Ok got a 94-95 cougar rear bumper wanting it on a 94 cougar anything i should know before hand and also is there any modifications i will have too do?
I'm going to assume you have a 94/95 T'Bird bumper cover. Is it a SC bumper cover, or a regular bumper cover? :2huh:

But in either way I can't say for sure what is needed. Everything "should" bolt up, but I'm not sure about trimming anything underneath. Hopefully someone will chime in and give some details. :thumbsup:

p.s. While this person is giving details, if they would like to address a 89 - 93 SC rear bumper cover onto a 95 Cougar.... it would be greatly appreciated... :D
 

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94 Daily Driven 4.6L said:
p.s. While this person is giving details, if they would like to address a 89 - 93 SC rear bumper cover onto a 95 Cougar.... it would be greatly appreciated... :D
Cut off the exaust tips and find some turn downs that go way out to the corners or trim a bit of the underside of the SC bumper like I did. Still need the turndowns though, the non SC tips will ram right into the SC bumper.

Other than that and a little shaving of some styrofoam from the corners it's all simple from there.
 

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<img src="http://www.mn12tbird.com/underbird/pics/040304/04-02-04d.jpg">
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You get the point.
 

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ShadowDragon said:
Cut off the exaust tips and find some turn downs that go way out to the corners or trim a bit of the underside of the SC bumper like I did. Still need the turndowns though, the non SC tips will ram right into the SC bumper.

Other than that and a little shaving of some styrofoam from the corners it's all simple from there.
I didn't realize that till after my tip melted & cracked part of my newly painted SC bumper :mad:
 

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Yeah, I melted my LX bumper by not having the tips exit below it, so I knew I had to do it on my SC bumper.
 
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