yeah but the problem with that on this job is that it might want to resettle back to the sagging position, that's why I elected to leave it alone, figuring it can't sag anymore.
If there was more room between the reinforcement and bumper I'd do that cause then I could beef up the backside more but space is limited back there. Also thought about putting a crap load of panel adhesive on the backside, taping it while wet, then throwing it on the car. That way I'd end up with the most I could possible have without it conflicting with the reinforcement..
Do you know if they use those wavy washers for the front?