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Old 05-12-2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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Repaint the whole bumper. If your funds don't allow for a $300 proper fix, some touch up paint will temporarily 'fix' it.
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Repaint the whole bumper. If your funds don't allow for a $300 proper fix, some touch up paint will temporarily 'fix' it.

I have put touchup paint on it but it needs professional work.
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I am no body expert. I herd our bumpers are urethane and get fixed with heat or replaced. That just looks like it needs a bunch of sanding and new paint.
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It doesn't look bad. Mine was about $300 and the guy said that was on the high side
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