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Old 05-04-2015, 07:25 AM   #1
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Default Wanted: 86-91 Rear Bumper Support Brackets

I need both brackets that hold the rear bumper support to the body. The OEM P/N's are FB01-50-280 and FB01-50-290 (see page 31 here). I've had the parts on order from Mazda for over a month now and nothing. I don't care if there's rust but they need to be structurally sound and not have any broken/missing studs or sheared bolts.






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Over two months with new parts on order and still nothing. At least one parts warehouse I've asked has stated these parts are NLA from Mazda. I really need to find a set of these or I'm left with two options: (1) run no rear bumper support or (2) get something custom made.

No one has these? I don't care if parts are rusted as long as they're intact.
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I've confirmed P/N's FB01-50-280 and FB01-50-290 are NLA from Mazda, which I find strange since I consider these to be "collision parts." Hopefully no one gets left SOL after a rear-end collision. So the only options are used or custom. Fortunately MazMart had a pair so I'll finally be able to re-mount the rear bumper core.

I suppose this can be closed now.
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Old 06-04-2015, 10:48 AM   #4
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Parts are definitely going to keep getting harder to find. If it had been a domestic vehicle you would have been SOL with the factory option 15 years ago.
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