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      11-27-2008, 03:18 PM   #1
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BMW bumper upgrade

I have a 2006 BMW 325i and i have been backed into twice. Long story short, i have to get a new front and back bumper and I was wondering whether i should get a different bumper than stock, maybe an m3 bumper? Does anyone know what bumpers fit and look good on an e90 or could give some advice to my situation?
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Go without bumpers. It will save you weight, and your car will be faster.
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isnt it known by now, that the M3's, for the last 10 years are wider than stock 3 series? It amazes me that knowone seems to know this, or they think they can fit an M3 bumper that is 2 inches wider, on a stock 3 series.
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isnt it known by now, that the M3's, for the last 10 years are wider than stock 3 series? It amazes me that knowone seems to know this, or they think they can fit an M3 bumper that is 2 inches wider, on a stock 3 series.
A lot of people get these cars by asking their parents, or they just buy it because it has a nice blue and white logo on it. Mainly a combination of both.
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