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This is a discussion on Body Repair within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I scratched up my rex last night, backing up along the side of a concrete pillar. Most of the damage ...

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    Body Repair

    I scratched up my rex last night, backing up along the side of a concrete pillar. Most of the damage was on the bumper plastics, but the rear quarter panel also got a scratch, scraping off the paint and exposing the metal. Attached is pics of the damage.



    I was hoping someone could inlighten me about what would be involved in repairing this, so I have an idea of what to expect when I go to the body shop. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    I was hoping someone could inlighten me about what would be involved in repairing this
    they could either 1) replace the whole bumper or 2) sand it down/bondo if need be/repaint it.

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    So I was quoted 625$ for fixing the damage. This does not include a new bumper, they're going to bondo it. Does this price seem right for the damage?
    Canadian Tech Support:
    "ok, type su eh"
    Customer:
    $sua
    bash: sua: command not found
    ---------------------------------------------
    "Dont worry ma'am, we're college students, we know what we're doing"

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