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      08-11-2012, 01:56 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Mike Benvo View Post
aus: I wound up paying around $500 for the job. This included repainting the bumper, installation, and filling the holes. They did fill both areas and you can feel it from the inside. Hopefully there won't be any shrinkage problems, but I trust they stand by their work. So I'll be back if it does!
Looks like a reputable shop just based on the cars outside. I had that done too after an accident (but was done through insurance). Your price was really good too. My place said they do that job (no damage, just fill and respray) for $1000 and they want $500 for respraying the front bumper.
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