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    What is the rear bumper attachment sequence

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    What is the correct sequence off the:
    Rear fender bracket
    Rear bumper
    Rear fender support
    Rubber intermediate plate (#19)

    Thanks,

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    preS,
    It depends on how the metal fender and bumper are fitting and the space required.

    Look to how the rubber trim strip (item 39) is fitting between the body and bumper on your car.
    it would appear to me having both brackets mount on the top the tube support (item 47) would have a tighter spacing for the rubber trim bumper/body joint.

    Having that end of the tube support in-between the body and bumper brackets would give a wider spaced joint for that rubber trim.

    Each side may be different.
    Bob
    Early S Reg #370

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