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Hi every one I'm after some advice I want to fit an Evo 3 front bumper and a Evo 4 bonnet to my jumbuck pick up I've seen pics of this been done but it's a first for me as I see it.
Is should be a simple bolt on but will I have to change the head lights.
Can't find any info on net so I'm hoping somebody here can help thanks
I've never seen a jumpbuck in real life we don't get them here much in the UK at least not down in Kent I can see it's based on the Wira and the ones with the EVO front seem really nice. I'm guessing there was fair bit of fiddling to get these to fit and the lights do seem very different, even the bonnet shape needs changing from what I can see.
The Jumpbuck is based on the Lancer platform so will share much design wise and mounting wise and is why the EVO engines etc are often swapped in.