|12-13-2011 05:38 AM|
|Shelby427||Heck just pick out a couple of choices of new rear bumpers and ask your friend to tell you which one they will be buying for you.|
|12-13-2011 04:53 AM|
hehe, my friend got rear-ended in his new JK. I told him to throw some mud on it to cover it up.
But yeah, great excuse to buy an after market bumper.
My Warn bumper took a 30mph hit from an Accord, or something like that, and was barely smudged, no dent. The Accord was undrivable.
|12-12-2011 08:46 PM|
|183Beast||Heck, That's a perfect excuse to by an aftermarket bumper!|
|12-12-2011 07:14 PM|
Dent bumper.. any tips?
Well today i had to give my friend a ride to college.. While i was backing up my brand new jeep wrangler unlimited, he decided to put a prank on me and started to scream and spazzing out about running over an animal and i accidentally turn the wheel and hit the pole of my home with my rear bumper... i was so piss and scare.. the jeep was only 7 days old!!!! out of the dealer.. anyway well i started to search online about home remedies and i saw that heat can pull it back. I was so happy that in 20min the mayor dent was gone but now there is like a line wave in the edge of the bumper... i try heating it but no luck.. any tips of how to get this little line wave to go back down? Im new to the jeep life as well as to this forums.. any tips will be helpful really .Sorry if this is the wrong forum