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      05-29-2012, 06:49 PM   #1
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WTB: E90 SG Rear Bumper Cover

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I'm wanting to buy a rear bumper cover that is already painted Sparkling Graphite. It will be going on a 2008 328i with single exhaust, no parking sensors.

Would prefer DFW area, but willing to pay for shipping otherwise. I appreciate your help!

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      05-31-2012, 06:30 PM   #2
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On a somewhat related note...has anyone had any luck with the Keystone brand aftermarket bumper covers? I have seen a couple of them on eBay, but I have also heard stories about fit problems. I'm not big into changing the factory look of the car.
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I have one, but not sure how much its going to cost to ship from NY or if your willing to pay the cost, or even what company to use to ship. PM me!
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Nypeder, I would PM you but I'm working on getting 5 posts under my belt so I can be verified.

I have been doing a little bit of research over the past few days, and going off of what others are asking for shipping as well as eBay, I've seen people ask for $100-200 for shipping. Strangely enough, people use USPS for it!

Either way, I got an estimate from a local body shop to repair my current damaged bumper, and I'm trying to see what would be the cheapest option. After paying fair value for another bumper and shipping it, it may be just as worthwhile to have my current one repaired.
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