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Old 08-08-2019, 02:15 AM   #57
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I'm looking to do this install soon. I wanted to confirm the part numbers. I am hoping to swap the MY13 for the MY17+ BRZ bumper, and I want to run OLM DRL's and OLM fog lights. Is the part number everyone keeps quoting for the fog lights bracket the one that has a hole for the fog lights, and does anyone know if the old fog lights fit on the new bumper? If not then should I buy the MY17+ OLM fog lights, which will have the correct bracket, and if I do then is the plug still the same? Will the vertical OLM DRL's work with the old DRLs like will the plugs work, and if not, could wires be easily spliced to make them work like a line in and a line out; I haven't checked out the one's on my car yet.
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I think I decided to not do the fog lights instead of having dark fog lights. I really never use them and doubt I will need them ever, plus it will look cleaner without them.

I'm curious if anyone bought the hardware too like the bolts, or if they just swapped it all over? Also, online prices look better, but the shipping on like subarupartsdepot was like $650, so yea, passing on that. Anything closer to Northern California worth trying?
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I bought alot of hardware new but Nah, things like bolts and nuts you can reuse

the stuff I bought knew where the black clips and pop rivet things.. Nothing beats the snap of a newly acquired OE clip.

the only way to get a cheaper swap is to find a bumper already in your color with all the grill piece and whatnot.

all in all my swap ended up costing me around 1100 bucks.

Blue brz bumper, sanded down and painted white ( i also had a trunk painted to match) then all the hardware, new headlamps, re-pinning the headlight harness and then buying brz ts fog deletes
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