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Thread: Rear bumper, poor fit

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    neuronbob is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Re: Rear bumper, poor fit

    Mine is that way on the passenger side right behind the rear wheel.. I have simply ignored it as it doesn't affect function,


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    Tgonyaw is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Rear bumper, poor fit

    2013 wagon here. Same issue on left rear only. I view it as a "character" mark.

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    DCV is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
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    Re: Rear bumper, poor fit

    Same here.....passenger side of rear bumper is not flush with quarter panel. Sticks out maybe 3/16. I'll have to take a picture with a ruler. Other side is flush.

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    umizoomi is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Rear bumper, poor fit

    Yeah, I'll post this here just as a data-point if Caddy is paying attention. Add mine to the list of those with rear bumper askew. Basically, my view on this stuff is if it's neither performance nor safety oriented, I ignore it. Shouldn't have to, but I do. Did the same on my Audi S8 (which I sold for the V-wagon with NO regrets). It's amazing how we all choose to just look the other way on fit and finish issues and the other deficiencies of the V because (for most of us, at least) it does what it was designed to do brilliantly.

    P.S. One thing i didn't ignore was when my shifter rod snapped - both performance AND safety oriented ;-)

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