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Old 10-26-2010, 06:01 PM
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Originally Posted by admranger View Post
Call your insurance agent and ask for the name of a reliable bumper "medic" (repair guy). They use the services of these guys all the time and this can probably be fixed for $150 or less (guessing).
I ran my own business for a couple of years doing this sort of repair.
Or do it yourself. With a little know how it isnt difficult. Its not as if you're painting a door or rear quater, if you get it wrong just do it again. Take your time and enjoy doing your own repairs
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