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Will a 1987 Toyota bumper fit on a 1987 Mazda?

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2007-03-26 23:26:49
2007-03-26 23:26:49

probably not. You have to do some major measuring of the length width and height to see if there is clearance, then check the brackets on the original bumper. if they dont match, try fabricating the old brackets onto the new bumper and you should be good to go. probably not. You have to do some major measuring of the length width and height to see if there is clearance, then check the brackets on the original bumper. if they dont match, try fabricating the old brackets onto the new bumper and you should be good to go. probably not. You have to do some major measuring of the length width and height to see if there is clearance, then check the brackets on the original bumper. if they dont match, try fabricating the old brackets onto the new bumper and you should be good to go.

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