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Old 05-22-2014, 11:59 AM   #1
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Default Front bumper logo measurements request

Hello,

I did a search on the forum and nothing came up. However, that could be user error. My front bumper is missing the Mazda logo under the headlight and I would like to cut one. Can someone measure the logo below next time they are around their mazda and let me know the size?

Thanks in advance

The outline one.
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Old 05-22-2014, 12:26 PM   #2
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Ok, maybe I should use more google. It took some time but I think I found it.

Miata Forumz had a thread that brought me to Rosenthal Arlington Mazda Parts Store which had a part number NA04-51-711-14 that I googled to
Amazon Amazon
to find the details.

Next time I will put another hour into it before I start a thread. But for anyone that uses search on this forum in the future...


EDIT - measurements don't seem right, removed from post... still looking

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Old 05-22-2014, 12:43 PM   #3
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Ok sorry everyone. Found it about 4 pages deep on Google.



6 3/8" is the length. <--- WRONG EDIT
6 3/16" is the length
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Nicely done finding your answer

Looks like 6 1/4" to me
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Old 05-22-2014, 01:07 PM   #5
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Nicely done finding your answer
Yeah I wish I would have searched more before starting this thread.



Wow, fail on my part.... 3/8???
6 3/16"

Maybe I am wrong, but it seems like the Mazda starts a hair after the zero mark and ends a hair before 1/4"

Not that it really matters.
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Yeah I wish I would have searched more before starting this thread.



Wow, fail on my part.... 3/8???
6 3/16"

Maybe I am wrong, but it seems like the Mazda starts a hair after the zero mark and ends a hair before 1/4"

Not that it really matters.
Well that is what you get for using these stupid units... it's 15.5 cm [/end]
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Awesome. As well I agree! I have been working on Subies for a few years now (new to the miata game) and I am a fan of metric vs US Standards.
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