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Old 07-22-2010, 10:10 PM
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some how my friend hit me... now i have to fix my bumper corner/ repaint it!! this sucks


 
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That sucks. At least it wasn't you own fault like my dad backing into my moms blazer with his dodge truck all because he was in too much of a hurry. Still from the photo's it doesn't look all to bad.
 
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The sucks, but it only looks like a surface scratch over the gas cover. You should be able to buff that out. It looks mostly like paint transfer.
 
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Old 07-23-2010, 06:44 AM
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When I saw the thread topic of a frown I thought 'Oh shyte,' but I'm gladt o see that this was a case where nobody was hurt. Sucks about the cosmetic stuff, but just look around a junkyard and try to find a black blazer you can pull parts from. Best of luck on your repairs!
 
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Now go ahead and sneak up on your friend and kick him right in the sack..... teach him a lesson....
 
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Old 07-23-2010, 08:18 AM
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Honestly...before you go shopping for parts, try buffing them out. You'd be surprised at what some of the new (and old too) products for removing scratches can do. Start with that and if it's still bothering you then go find a new bumper corner. They shouldn't be too much.

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Sisk is right on the scratch remover.

The stuff is the ****. Takes scrapes that are massive out.
 
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^+1 The dents will still be there but all the white should come off.
 
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Old 07-23-2010, 03:32 PM
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haha my dad paints hes gonna fix it but yeah across the side im gunna try to buff out, & the picture of the bumper corner the white is the plastic showing through lol

but like when my friend hit me he like started at his front fender & didnt stop till he was off my truck.. i was like wtf are you doing he was all nervous but i painted them once before just have to take it off again & sand it down then it will be mint again(:
 
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I totally agree with kicking him in the sack.
 

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