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Fitment question

This might be a stupid question but I was wondering if a v6 rear bumper would fit in a GT?


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Yes,it will fit.But there are no cutouts for the exhaust.



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Lotta guys with dumped exhaust do this. But yeah it'll fit.


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So for the meanwhile if I kept the stock exhaust would it still fit or na cus it doesn't have the cut outs? If that makes sense?


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Why do you want a v6 bumper anyways? If you are going to stick with stock exhaust. Cost the same for either one.

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So for the meanwhile if I kept the stock exhaust would it still fit or na cus it doesn't have the cut outs? If that makes sense?


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You'd have to make the cutouts. And also, on the GT bumper cover there are hangers for the exhaust tips, not sure what you'd be able to do there as I'm sure you would have to just figure something out there. Worst case I guess is the tip hangers go unsupported - I doubt it will fall off the car or anything but will probably bounce around a little.

I have my own theories, but would you care to enlighten us as to why you're considering this move? Knowing your motivations may influence the quality of advice we're able to give.


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Pretty much I want to get a new rear bumper from the junk yard and I'm yet to see to see a GT lol (I'm cheap)


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Look on craigslist I see them all the time on there for cheap.

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