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P38 4.6 yr2000 rear bumper mount

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Revititllclear, Mar 20, 2018.

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  1. Revititllclear

    Revititllclear Member

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    I noticed my rear bumper was loose on the drivers side, just above the mud flap. When I ferreted around I found the spring clip but whatever was attached to the chassis just fell apart. The chassis is solid and the bumper good....would the below be the replacement part? I assume it bolts to the chassis and then the spring clip holds the bumper in place? All wired up for now......

    https://rimmerbros.com/Item--i-ANR2...MIlp6fpbj72QIVCrftCh0AEAY6EAQYAyABEgJv-PD_BwE
     
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    Thanks. I found those links but with no part to compare I was lost. Looks like I need to have a closer look.....it must be the plate that attaches to the chassis that has fallen apart, the rest looks like it is in place. I will play tomorrow......
     
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    Interesting. Mine fell away with much rust a couple of weeks ago so I'd appreciate if you could put up any photos and part numbers you use to fix it.
    I will have to order in advance as the car is in Czech at the moment.
     
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    Will do....
     
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    I can confirm that it is part number ANR2500...(best to buy the bolt and washer as well)..... the bolt in the captive nut was rusted solid. As long as the chassis where the captive nut is fixed to is solid, and the plastic block and spring are attached to the bumper then all you need is the ANR2500. It slides over the plastic block on the bumper holding that in place and the spring clip pushes up to lock it. Fit new bolt/washer.
     
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    Sorted mine a couple of months back. Yes they are the parts and you can see the pictures in my project thread. The inner bumper panels also corrode so if it's bad you won't be able to bolt it to anything anymore as you can see from mine. I ended up soucing a damaged bumper and stealing the panels out of it to fit to mine. Page 4 shows the state it was in with 5 showing the parts in place. :)
    https://www.landyzone.co.uk/land-rover/first-landy-p38-mods-plans.313279/page-5
     
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