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Old 01-10-2008, 07:33 PM
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Question about OEQ body parts.

Ok, so has anyone on here ever heard of or used CertiFit? I never heard about them until the other day, but I might take a chance on them and get a new front bumper. My front bumper has a slight crack in it under the passanger side turn signal, someone must have hit a curb or something in it. From honda the bumper is 162 from Majestic Honda... it's only 74.75 from Certifit. A guy I work with said he got a front bumper for his Maxima from them for like 30 bucks and it lined up perfectly. They apparently sell a replacement grill for 41.75 also, I don't know if it's the honeycomb style or the accord style but if it's the Honeycomb, I'll be scoopin that as well.
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ill tell u this i used to buy certifit parts but i stoped, o bought a bumper for my integra and it was the worst fit i have ever had, second off all we had a snow storm here a few days ago and i slid going 5 miles into a snowbank and the whole front bumper just shattered into pieces, cheap parts, two of my buddies had parts from certufit tapped something and the bumper broke into pices, i would not sugjest it because you will frustrated with the fit and ull end up having to spend more money buy a new one once this breaks.
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Old 01-11-2008, 01:48 AM
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certifit's nick name is sortafit if that tells you anything. You would be better off buying used body parts from a junk yard because you'll get oem parts at sortafit prices (ok maybe a bit more ) and its worth it. Oh and the bumper on my car is a sortafit and when I got backed into it cracked and it put a hole in it, the oem ones will just push in and most likely be able to push it out.
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^^^ They do only sort-a-fit.

Honestly save yourself the headache and get the OEM stuff. You will behappier in the end.

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