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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-17-2004, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
 
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Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

Finally finished installing my Shrockworks rear bumper for the Zuk. It was almost too easy to install. Other than the fact that the prior owner of the Zuk tack welded the tow bar on. I had to grind them off which was a bit time consuming. The fitment was too perfect. I actually thought I was doing somehitng wrong.



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Re: Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

Now you need his gas tank skid [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
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Now you need his gas tank skid

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And don't forget the front bumper, and sliders [img]images/graemlins/beach.gif[/img]
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Re: Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

I have the skid waiting to be installed. I'm just waiting to it when I do my engine swap and tank swap with the fuel pump in a few weeks. Already have a custome front bumper and RRO sliders.

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Re: Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

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Looking good! Tell me if the lighting set-up was a PITA or not... I've heard rumors both ways..

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Re: Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

More time consuming than a PITA. Only because I used the wire connecter that you heat shrink after crimping. I clipped the wires as close to the old lights as possible and only did one at a time. Installing them into the bumper was easy. Here's some more pics and link to pictures of the complete install:
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Here's the wires all crimped with the new connectors for the bumpers new tailights.


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Re: Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

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Nice to see the Pats on the back of your ride! And the bottle opener, now THAT is way too cool!

My $0.02 on the light connections: Piece of cake, time consuming, yes. Difficult.....No.....I'm SHROCKED all around...just need that tank skid myself!
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Re: Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

What are U gonna do for a motor swap??
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Re: Got my Shrockworks rear bumper installed!

Looks good KoKo .
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My damn dog ate my EFI wiring harness...I might have to kill him.

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Ya... dogs is cheap.... harnesses ain't

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