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Old 02-09-2010, 07:23 AM   #1
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Rear Bumper (?) Removal

How do you take the rear piece off the back? Not the bumper, but the piece below it. The black piece pictured here:

Just like that picture, I need to get a receiver on my car so I can stick a bike rack on there. But that CURT hitch will not work on my new england roads. It will scrape every time I pull out of a parking lot. So I need to take that rear bumper area piece off, so I can see if it's going to be possible to customize a receiver that is much higher. I don't mind cutting a square in that piece and having the receiver come right out of it. It would be the perfect height, and once I stick a transformers receiver cover on it, no one would even know I had a hitch. Well, unless there were a bunch of bikes back there.
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