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Username Post: Bumper Brackets Bumpers        (Topic#360449)
carolinakid 
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04-08-20 01:14 PM - Post#2790656    

On the 66 both the front and rear Bumper BRACKETS have Rubber Bumpers that are on the top of the brackets in 4 places. They have two rubber posts on them and attach to the top of the bumper bracket. Where can I find them/who sells them? Thanks



 


docjns1 
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04-09-20 02:59 PM - Post#2790762    
    In response to carolinakid

like #25 in parts catalog illustration attached? presumably to maintain space between bracket and bumper or body panel. If so not sure about any availability but maybe GM part# 3880949 ("Spacer") will help you!

Attachment: 3880949.jpg (46.34 KB) 3 View(s)




Steve
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'65 Impala SS, Crocus Yellow/blk
327 / 300 L74
M11 3 on the tree
12 bolt 3.31 open dif


 
Texasray 
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04-11-20 12:42 PM - Post#2790907    
    In response to docjns1

I believe I have a couple of these, somewhere. I remember trying to choose the best two to go back on the car. If you can't find them new, let me know and I will go thru my small parts cans.

Sam



 
carolinakid 
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04-13-20 04:20 PM - Post#2791076    
    In response to docjns1

Item 25 is exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks for the picture and part number. Just curious, where did you get the illustration.



 
docjns1 
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04-14-20 06:34 PM - Post#2791167    
    In response to carolinakid

I purchased a PDF file on CD/DVD from ebay a while back, no recollection of where/who or $$ . Unfortunately it's a 1976 issue and while it seems to have the all part # listings, it does not have many of the illustrations we'd all like to see, especially interior trim stuff. That being said, knowing the GM system you can usually find the same or similar picture for a later year and research the catalog group# to find the part(s) for your model.

Steve
*********
'65 Impala SS, Crocus Yellow/blk
327 / 300 L74
M11 3 on the tree
12 bolt 3.31 open dif


Edited by docjns1 on 04-14-20 06:36 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
space66 
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04-15-20 06:00 PM - Post#2791235    
    In response to carolinakid

  • carolinakid Said:
Just curious, where did you get the illustration.



not exactly the same but you can get it here and download in the material section assy.manual page 210/211

http://toms427impala.info/CT/66assemblymanual.pdf


1966 impala convertible 283*pg-396*th350


 


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