Installed it myself, I was a little hesitant about cutting the rebar, but once you have the bumper in your possession, it's pretty obvious as to what needs to be cut, and a dremel makes quick work of it. I think everyone has wagon envy, or at least I keep telling myself that.
Why doesn't anybody just buy my Euro front, after putting my WRC front on, the mint condition Panther black front has been sitting in my garden for months with families of little insects now living inside the indicator ports! lol
The cutting took a total of 2 fibreglass reiforced cutting disks, and from start to finish was about an hour and a half. The rebar is just thin sheet metal bent into a hollow chambered rectangle, and you only need to nibble off bits of the front of it around the indicator ports.