front bumper spot lights and grilles and silver rings cost me 206 pounds.the large two bar grille for the front only cost 15 pounds.as for the rear bumper if they are the same as the 220 ones approx 30 pound for the three grilles :L
By all means have the Zetec-S bumpers front and rear,but you would be better off with the ST
version on the rear,purely because it looks better
and is more versatile,you can get them with
single or double exhaust exits,this will benefit
future mods like larger exhaust system.
You will require a new lower grille,and fog light
surrounds,the fog lights are unique to the ZS,
don't buy ST220 type they are different,a new
fog light wiring loom will be needed.
Some Finis numbers for you here.
Fog light surround FD 1132750 and FD 1132751
Â£14.95 each + vat.
Fog light FD 1122816 = both sides Â£68.41 each +vat
Chrome bezel for fog light FD 1132752 Â£16.43 each + vat
Side skirt bodykit FD 1208971 Â£239.47 +vat
The lower front grille cost is Â£14.29 +vat.
The ZS bumpers remained the same through out there
You can only fit the rear ST220 OR ST-TDCI OR
TIT-X rear bumpers to the standard car.
The front ST220 bumper will not straight swop
due to the wings being more flared over the wheel arches and also having a modification to the lower
part of the wing where the ST side skirt attaches.
cheers for that mick,
i was getting a little confused myself.
st220 rear is the way to go.
the face lift front upper grille doesnt sit quite right on a early bumper and vice versa, but can be adapted to fit.
check out my motor it is a ghia x with zetec-s front and st220 rear, just like micks :whistling:
The sideskirt is a kit so does have both sides.
All the prices are from last spring /summer,
so could have gone up,and are plus VAT on top.
But you don't need to spend your cash on all new,
search EBAY,the parts do appear regularly.
Example my ST-TDCI rear bumper cost Â£16 and had
a tiny bit of damage which repaired easyly.
So keep your eyes open and good hunting.
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