Can a 1990 golf(GTI if possible) front bumper fit on a 1989 VW rabbit ?

Asked by Feb 21, 2013 at 09:53 PM about the 1989 Volkswagen Cabriolet Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I judt bought a VW rabbit and it needs a front bumper. I saw in a savage junk yard a VW golf in good conditions and i wanna take the front bumper but im afraid that i wont get the results that im looking for.

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The second-generation was 1983–1992. The bumpers should be the same.

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I believe the Cabbies remained with a MK1 chassis for some time... lemme check Busdepot.com Partnumber: 171 807 305A Fits following: Cabriolet 1985–1993 Dasher 1974–1977 Golf 1985–1992 Jetta 1980–1992 Rabbit •Convertible 1979–1984 •Hatchback 1975–1984 You might be able to use that MK2 bumper...but I believe the end caps will be different.

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the golf is a bit wider than the rabbit or cabrio, to use it you will have to do major surgery.

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