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Front bumper???

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by silvermelon19, December 10, 2004.

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      Ok well i just hit a deer coming home from work tonite, not a big one but a good size one. I hit it head on (damn Fog) anyways the front bumper it looks a little out of place. Like if u look at it from the front, on the diver size there is like a inch or two gap between the top of the bumper and the grill, and as it goes down to the passager side the gap gets smaller and smaller. Anyways it looks a little pushed in on the passager side, cant really tell only if u look from the side. anyone thinks this is not right for the front bumper???? also knocked my tag off lol
       
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      well it does sound like the brackets are bent...
       

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