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Old 09-20-2011, 07:22 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

So i was thinking of doing the the 07-08 rear bumper swamp. Is there a write up on how to remove it. An is this a direct fit for the 08 bumper...
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Default Re: O6 maxima rear bumper

its a direct fit. easy plug n play.

im not sure if there is a write up on it so i hope someone will post up a how to. but i hear its pretty easy.
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Default Re: O6 maxima rear bumper

Get up underneath there...it a couple of bolts and some clips...that's it.
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Default Re: '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

Pull the tails off couple bolts behind them, pull the carpet away from the wheel wells in the trunk couple bolts behind the carpet and some clips along the wheel wells on the outside and it will pull right off

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Default Re: '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

So it should be just as easy as taking off the front. i would rather get a bodykit but i don't want to have to take it to a shop to have thing's molded or cut to make it fit right. I doubt there is a staright bolt up kit..
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Default Re: '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

no molding no cutting. un bolt, re bolt. donezo.
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Default Re: '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

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So it should be just as easy as taking off the front. i would rather get a bodykit but i don't want to have to take it to a shop to have thing's molded or cut to make it fit right. I doubt there is a staright bolt up kit..
Actually I believe there is. Check out @coryxavier 's Max. I believe it's called GTR something.
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Default Re: '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

Never done the front but the rear is really easy took about 10 mins and I've never done it bofore I would just go with the 6.5 on the rear that's the best looking rear bumper made IMO

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Default Re: '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

Im still debating on which way to go. I do like the stillen kit. Looks simple to install too..
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Default Re: '06 Maxima Rear Bumper

U can probably find a 6.5 rear bumper for the same price as just buying stillens little valance that's not even really noticeable

The front lip only looks good when its molded IMO

Side skirts ya they look good

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