I'm putting  front bumper together and I don't know where 2 pieces from the picture should go.

Please let me know ,thank you,

Paul

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Thais the nut plate bar and shim for the upper end impact bar to upper center impact bar.  The nut plate bar goes on the center impact bar side and the bolts go in through the end impact bar side. It keeps the 2 pieces together.

The shim goes in between the 2 pieces, end and center impact bar.

Is this the right place in the picture?And the shim placement has to be specific way?

Thank you,

Paul

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Paul, Your orientation is correct, just as Russ pointed out: "The nut plate bar goes on the center impact bar side and the bolts go in through the end impact bar side."  The shim is sandwiched between the 2 pieces. Shim goes on with long tab to rear.

Thank you very much.

Paul

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