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Old 08-05-2005, 01:04 AM   #11
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not sure if any one is still watching this thread but heres what i know you can get you bumper fixed with out bondo!! ther are many companys that make flexible repair kit 3M being the best but the only are avaliable to body shope( to the best of my knowledge)
but the expensive so many only the large body shops like dealers shops use them.so i recomend going to a dealer body shop...the "other guys" will just use bondo and like already stated it wil eventualy flake right off.to find your paint code look on the under side of the spare tire cover you will see a white sticker with the top half filled with numbers...under the numbers on the left it will say for example BC/CC 8555 (black) BC/CC 519F (galaxy silver)and so on...ther will always have 4 digits with the last one often being a letter insted of a number.
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aye...thanks for the paint code locating info...i'll look for that tomorrow
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Another place to look for touch up paint is your local body shop supply store. When Ii had to replace my mirror they were able to mix my paint and load it into a full size aerosol can for about $15.00. They might also have a product to fix your bumper cover.
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