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      05-15-2019, 11:40 AM   #1
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Replace front lower grill when tabs are broken off

I bought a 2004 Z4 E85 and not knowing anything about the car I didn't realize the lower grill was completely missing. I bought a new lower grill to find out all of the tabs that hold the grill in place had been broken off. My very cheap solution to not buying a whole new bumper cover was to silicone it into place. I used a clear silicone sealant from Autozone and weights to hold it in place while it dried. You would never notice unless you took the bumper off.
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