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Old 06-16-2012, 10:13 PM   #1
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Got in a wreck today pulled out too late. This ones gonna be a pretty penny ford better not touch my hids!!!!
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Re: Not the grabber!!!!

Ouch! sorry to hear that.....
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Re: Not the grabber!!!!

On the bright side, looks like the suspension was untouched. Control arm/alignments won't be an issue.
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On the bright side, looks like the suspension was untouched. Control arm/alignments won't be an issue.
I hope so how much do you think it would cost just by the looks?
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Got in a wreck today pulled out too late. This ones gonna be a pretty penny ford better not touch my hids!!!!
Dude that sucks! I'd say your looking around 2,000 to $3,000 dollars. You need a shop? I know one of the best in ATL.

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Dude that sucks! I'd say your looking around 2,000 to $3,000 dollars. You need a shop? I know one of the best in ATL.
I know they're good if one of the most respected dealers in the State uses them.
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Re: Not the grabber!!!!

Headlight, front bumper, bumper support, and the headlight support (I don't know if they replace it as part of the front support or not), fender, hood, splash guard, air deflector, grill, and foglight need fixed. Going with a reputable shop that warranty's their work, I'm gonna guesstimate around $4-5k. All those body parts add up quickly.
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Old 06-16-2012, 10:44 PM   #7
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Headlight, front bumper, bumper support, and the headlight support (I don't know if they replace it as part of the front support or not), fender, hood, splash guard, air deflector, grill, and foglight need fixed. Going with a reputable shop that warranty's their work, I'm gonna guesstimate around $4-5k. All those body parts add up quickly.
I don't believe the hood was damaged but dang this is gonna suck so bad
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Re: Not the grabber!!!!

The quarter did touch it, so don't be so sure...
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Man! Sorry to hear that. Hope that repair goes easy on ya.
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Dude that sucks! I'd say your looking around 2,000 to $3,000 dollars. You need a shop? I know one of the best in ATL.

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I know they're good if one of the most respected dealers in the State uses them.
Thanks but we sent it to billy Howell they're gonna cut us a deal since we had them fix my brothers truck

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Man! Sorry to hear that. Hope that repair goes easy on ya.
Thanks yeah it sucks so bad
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Thanks but we sent it to billy Howell they're gonna cut us a deal since we had them fix my brothers truck

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Thanks yeah it sucks so bad
Good! They'll take good care of it. You need to see about taking that '13 GHIG up there for an "extended test drive." I'm sure they wouldn't mind.
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