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Old 03-04-2010
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I live in SD and everyone knows we have an excess of snow. Me and some friends got bored and went Boondocking. When we got back we realized that the plastic piece under the metal bumper, the part with the fog lights in it was hanging off. I looked at it and realized that the clips that came with it from the factory were torn off. I am wondering if there is anyway to put new ones on or if i have to buy a new bumper. They ripped the plastic off the main part of the bumper, so i dont know if there is any way to put new ones on or if i just should buy a new piece.
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Old 03-06-2010
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i did the same to mine on the drivers side corner where it meets the bumper mine broke the 4 plastic tabs off. if i find a way to reattach them will let u know, i know superglue dont work tried that
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on the 2000 hit a deer valance ripped off- FIX- sheet metal screws
on the 2009 hit a deer valance ripped off but 70% of the clips were still attached so drilled holes and ziptied
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Old 03-10-2010
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If you go to the stealership they may have a huge box of different kinds of clips, plugs, etc. for around 50 cents I guess. For the roush bumper I got I'm going to get them from the ford dealer as I can't find anything like them online. I'm probably just searching for the wrong thing and can't find it. But call up your dealer and ask if they have any bumper valance hardware/clips/etc

thats the route I'm going
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Same thing happend to me, and i also cracked it. So i just bought a new one. Double sided tape might work like the 3m stuff.
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Ripped mine off once. bolted it back on, ripped it off again. Just said screw it and left it off.
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bailing wire
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get an lmc catalog or go to there web site they have just the plastic for sale if you don't want to buy a whole bumber.
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