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    Bumper repair

    First thing's first, what material is our bumper? ABS plastic? TPO?

    Secondly, what is the best way to fix a tear in the bumper? Glue of some sort? Fiberglass? A combination?

    I know it's easier to just replace it, but I kinda wanna learn how to do something like this. I'm so dumb in the subject I don't even know what to ask lol
    Last edited by B-Man; 05-17-2011 at 03:39 PM.
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    On the rear of the bumper there should be a circle or triangle or something with some letters in it identifying the type. If not, I can look back and find out. You definitely can plastic weld it and I would recommend that, followed by evercoat poly-flex. Works pretty well.


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