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Old 15 Dec 2012, 08:32 pm
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Default 99-00 civic replacement part help?

well ive ben looking to take the body kit off my 99 civic Si, i found the OEM bumpers but only one thing, im finding them on some web sites for as cheap as 20-30 bucks to even 40-70 a bumper i found this on discountbodyparts/./com as well another on bmiautoparts/./com and its bugging me that well at these prices something will be wrong or they wont look good or something idk how to explain, i found another on ebay for 90 for just the front bumper my question mainly is if i get it at one of these websites is it gonna be just as good or is it the kinda shave it and hope it fits right kinda deal? and just tell me where to buy front and back bumpers and the side skirts.
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Old 15 Dec 2012, 08:46 pm
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Those are probably aftermarket bumpers and fitment will be mediocre at best. Try going through local Kijiji/Craigslist ads as well as online forums for part outs.
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Old 15 Dec 2012, 09:02 pm
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You get what you pay for. Then again, you could be surprised at what the Chinese can make with scrap metal and old soda bottles.
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Old 15 Dec 2012, 09:17 pm
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The problem is you can buy all kinds of replacement parts such as front or rear bumpers etc but most won't be painted according to the actual colour of your car.There are some sites that do offer already painted bumpers etc but again does the black etc match your cars paint.If you weren't looking for new parts you maybe able to contact some wrecking yards they can either pull the parts for you or order them from other auto wreckers or sources.Otherwise you could try a you pick/pull auto wreckers or a flat rate pull yard and try to find a vehicle like yours same colour etc.































Now if you purchased the aftermarket parts and wanted to paint them yourself you could probably buy the paint for 150-200 bucks to do the the parts you have.There are some shops that might paint the parts for you for fairly cheap if you either supplied the parts to them and they made up or purchased the paint then painted the parts for you.































There are some places like tow yards or impound lots that have cars that weren't claimed etc and they might have a car/cars like yours the same colour that you might be able to buy parts off of or the whole car for fairly cheap.Then maybe if the parts and colours match up enough you could install them, then clean and wax the whole car afterwards.















































Hope that helps and best of luck.
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