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    gsi bumber not sitting right

    when i bought my gsi last xmas i realised it wasnt sitting right on the passanger side where the screw goes in and under the light could anyone advise me on what it oud be

    cheers danny
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    Got a pic of how it sits?
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    ill have a look now
    vxr turbo, FMIC, TX tophat and powerpipe and remap from noblemotersport. 271.5 bhp and 331 lbft. http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=332537

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    vxr turbo, FMIC, TX tophat and powerpipe and remap from noblemotersport. 271.5 bhp and 331 lbft. http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=332537

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprdan View Post
    i would get a new bracket, only held on with a few rivits and is a easy thing to do

    jamie

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    ive tryed putting the lug in diff and lifting it to fit like it should do but it just creaps down n ends up like that again?
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    when i took my standard bummper off mine did exactly the same when i put it back on it might seem a bit crude but with mine i just had to give it a sturn tap and it clicks in correct me if i am wrong guys dont want you braking ur pride and joy

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    ive give it a hit or to but it just keeps popping bk out
    vxr turbo, FMIC, TX tophat and powerpipe and remap from noblemotersport. 271.5 bhp and 331 lbft. http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=332537

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprdan View Post
    ive give it a hit or to but it just keeps popping bk out
    mines the same on a standard bumper... guessing the bracket or the little plastic things that clip onto the bracket are worn or something...

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    Mine did this too, when i got another gsi bumper that was fine.

    My guess possible bumper worn... ?

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