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    hi just a bit of advice please
    hi i have a crack in my rear bumper not far from the exhaust
    basicly i wld like to know which is the best way to repair it
    2 garages i visited quated me 150 and said they wld plastic weld
    another 2 said they wldnt plastic weld but fiber glass fix it and they also quoted 150
    and another bodyshop which i sold an item on ebay 2 said they wld fix it using a plate a think and also fiber glass but wld also de-bage the boot and colour code the strip all for 100

    i posted pics of my car in the thread section
    any advice is appreciated
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  • #2
    easy...

    Go for the 100 quid quote as your getting quite alot done there, tbh It will not need a plate aswell as fiber glassed, fibre glass will be more than strong enough for the rear bumper..
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    • #3
      yea do as brett says 100 notes is a good price for the repair and strip.and fibre glass will hold the crack fine buddy
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      • #4
        cheers guys thanks for the advice
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        • #5
          Im in the trade and i would go for plastic weld mate, fibreglass will crack eventually because it wont bond to plastic.

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          • #6
            Plastic weld tbh.
            Ignorance is temporary... Stupidity lasts forever.

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            • #7
              plastic weld doffo m8

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              • #8
                plastic weld as well

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                • #9
                  thanks for the diffrent opinions eh wont get it done till after christmas
                  just want the best possible job done on it
                  so plastic weld is the way to go then
                  dont mind paying the bit extra if its gonna be done right
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