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by 1josh13 [OP] » May 01 2011, 1:07am
by starspangled6.0 » May 01 2011, 2:09am
by rdss » May 01 2011, 2:09am
by WingNut » May 01 2011, 3:21am
by 1josh13 [OP] » May 01 2011, 3:50am
rdss wrote:It doesn't look to terrible, but you might need to have someone look at the frame and make sure that it wasn't tweaked in a little. You won't know anything is wrong until you try and drop that brand new straight bumper in and find out it doesn't fit right. Like in shop talk, I would just crawl underneath the truck and it shouldn't be more than a few bolts on each frame post, just make sure you disconnect all you electronics and you will probably be better off having a few friends and some beer to help.
It does look like the painted parts still in good condition so you should just need the new bumper/chrome and the creased lower plastic air damn.
WingNut wrote:Take it off and bang it back into shape with a 2# sledge. It'll be a nice battle scar!
by gmctruckguy » May 01 2011, 3:55am
by 1josh13 [OP] » May 01 2011, 4:07am
by starspangled6.0 » May 01 2011, 2:41pm
by rdss » May 01 2011, 4:50pm
by 1josh13 [OP] » May 01 2011, 6:01pm
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