Well according to the pictures this has been a proper fit by a shop as the paint job on it is no rattle can job unless you've used up at least 9 layers of rattle cans followed by a wetsand (3000 grid) &polish then did the same with the lacquer..... and no-one will do that with rattle cans so this has to be a bodyshop fit and paint.
Looks ace! only problem will be up front... stone chips,when you hit something or scrape it that's when you'll notice the fibreglass pain.... the first can be sorted out with a stone-guard vinyl wrap and I suggest you do it asap to keep the front looking just as fresh as is does now for a long period
fair play those thin grp bumpers on ebay don't look to good if not fitted properly, seen some bad ones on mk4s, I think a good touch would be to fit the washers aswell, if you or the guy who did the work already can make these grp ones look factory then i am sure he will have no problem fitting the jets,
the polish ones are ABS plastics and they do fit properly as there is a guy that drives around with a set of them here and the only reason i new it was fake was because Iooked at them too long... then started to spot little differences but you almost couldn't spot it ( for instance the grilles where oem ones but they pushed out the bumper grill holes a bit but like i said I was looking for too long )
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