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    Need asap gsi bumper fittings part numbers

    need part number for the slide plate as vaux aint got a bloody clue,also need part numbers for fittings like screws,clips etc

    i phoned 5 vauxhalls and none know what the slide plate is.DOH
    i phoned another place he wouldnt give it to me,just said £29 retail ish

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    Andy

    When I fitted my GSI bumper to my 51 plate ACT I did not need and "side plates", I can't understand why people are suggesting that you do?

    Here's what you need (sorry I can't list the part numbers, but I may have them at home - I'll look).

    Bumper
    Middle grill
    L&R fog lamp grills
    Fog lamp x2 (they are the same each side)
    Fog lamp wiring harness/adaptor x2
    Bumper/cross member panel (attaches the underside of the bumper to the car)
    Bumper to headlamp rubber trims x2

    That's it, nothing more or less.

    Courtenay supplied mine
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    cheers
    this is what i got sor far
    9270158 wiring harness adapter(for fogs) x2 £8.64
    9270160 bumper £217
    9270161 Grille(centre) £9.50
    9270162 side grille £4.69
    9270163 side grille £4.69
    9270159 undertray £25.30 (number 4 on diag below)
    all trade price(10% off) all plus vat

    also order rubber strips under headlights,aint got part number or price,keft fogs out until tue as have them in stock as well as arch liners. Fogs 2 me are around £45 each plus vat

    below is pic of gsi bumper parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by welsh-andy View Post
    cheers
    this is what i got sor far
    9270158 wiring harness adapter(for fogs) x2 £8.64
    9270160 bumper £217
    9270161 Grille(centre) £9.50
    9270162 side grille £4.69
    9270163 side grille £4.69
    9270159 undertray £25.30 (number 4 on diag below)
    all trade price(10% off) all plus vat

    also order rubber strips under headlights,aint got part number or price
    That's all you need, or at least that's all I needed!
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    if it doesnt already have it - you'll need the two curved support bars that go under the part of bumper where the head lights sit. Without them the bumper is not rigid. (you see where the number one is - they go under the top lip section of bumper there)

    I took mine off my old bumper but you'll need a rivit gun. Dont know part numbers Im afraid.

    Part No. 9 + 10 are the air cooling vent things I THINK (if not someone informed me this is a part you can buy hence the mounting holes on the underside of bumper) - they direct the air onto the brakes.

    I didn't get as I have a 1.6 but if you have a bigger car they might be worth it? Think someone told me theyd cost £35!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daBLUONE View Post
    if it doesnt already have it - you'll need the two curved support bars that go under the part of bumper where the head lights sit. Without them the bumper is not rigid. (you see where the number one is - they go under the top lip section of bumper there)

    I took mine off my old bumper but you'll need a rivit gun. Dont know part numbers Im afraid.

    Part No. 9 + 10 are the air cooling vent things I THINK (if not someone informed me this is a part you can buy hence the mounting holes on the underside of bumper) - they direct the air onto the brakes.

    I didn't get as I have a 1.6 but if you have a bigger car they might be worth it? Think someone told me theyd cost £35!!!!
    My GSi bumper had the support parts on it new.
    As you have a coupe turbo you will be able to use your exisiting brake ducts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K3FUS View Post
    My GSi bumper had the support parts on it new.
    As you have a coupe turbo you will be able to use your exisiting brake ducts.
    ah cool as was told to change them,will save like £30 a side

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    Part 9 & 10 are the brackets on the wings that the bumper clips in to - they are the same on all astras and you should already have those

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    Quote Originally Posted by welsh-andy View Post
    ah cool as was told to change them,will save like £30 a side
    They are the same!
    Tell me what you've done, not what you're going to!

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    does anyone know how much lower the gsi bumper is compared to the coupe turbo one with the standard splitter. as im pretty low atm

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