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Old 20-01-13, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default Smoothing out front and rear bumper

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Been looking on the internet at smooth 307's


Really wanting to shave down my bumpers now and was wondering how hard this job would be and how would I do it ?

don't need to worry about the spraying just what i need to do to get it down and smooth ???

thanks Matt.
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Old 16-02-13, 07:45 PM   #2
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fiber glass and body filler and plenty of wet n dry. but first you will need to have a decent key on the area to be smoothed. Because as Brigsby pointed out it will crack if not done properly. If you dont need to worry about the respray. getting the bumpers smoothed out by local body shop should not cost as much as u think

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Will probably crack after a few months mate beware!
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For the best finish and hope for it lasting a long time, you have to remove the inserts.

Flexi Filler is your friend.
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