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Old 02-08-2009, 07:27 AM
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Hello there i am wondering if there is a way to repair my front bumper on my 86 Monte ss it has a small tear/rip in it. Is there a product out there that will help me repair it. Thanks Eric

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there is a product i used it is made by 3M . it is a 2 part epoxy type , it has a white and gray cream you mix together. they come in a box cost is around $35. after drying you can sand it off like a bondo. i got it at napa and used it several times on my urathane front bumper that was too low and hit curbs all the time.
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thks for the input but does it stay some what flexable as my bumper seems to flex alot as there is not much support in my bumper
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Bumper is Urethane. 3M Has a product (I cant recall the P/N) for flexible plastic repair, as does Fusor. (114 or 142?)

Biggest thing is making sure you do the repair correctly.
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