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hey just finish installing my new grill just the grill hehe does anyone know an easy way to install the front bumper back without that much pain the in the ass difficulty??



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the exact way you took it off...
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the exact way you took it off...
well I don't know about everyone else, but its always easy for me to take things apart and gutter rather than put them back in the right way. but I guess I should start to be more cautious with this kind of stuff.

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well I guess it's all on me huh? let see how it outcomes thank you though
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ya its pretty much one way on, one way off
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It also helps to have an extra hand available




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here it is and thanks for the tips didn't really need an extra hand but took me like 9 hours the whole project




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well I'll congratulate myself yeeeaaaahhhhh you did it buddy
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This is me being honest.

The grille looks crooked.

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but congrats on getting it back together.




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The grille looks crooked.

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but congrats on getting it back together.
yeah it might be a little crooked but I won't mess with that anymore, anyways it looks good enough to me and thanks I guess
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has anyone figure out how to get rid of the holes left on the bumper by the plate??
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