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How do i take old rear bumper and install new one? What tools are needed? will a new bumper come with rivets etc?

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Hello. The bumper is bolted in place. To remove the old and install the new you will need a large set of socket wrenches and sockets. You can probably drive to certain auto parts stores and borrow what you need. The new bumper will come with the hardware needed to attach it. J.

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