These two trucks, both with damaged front bumpers, arrived at the shop yesterday for a little bumper remediation. Damaged in separate and unrelated incidents, I decided to combine both repairs into one entry because of the similar, and relative minor, nature of the damage.
The first truck, the Red Nissan Titan, was the slightly worse off of the two. You can see in the first picture the Titan with it’s face removed and the damaged front bumper and end cap in the second and third picture. The end caps, the damaged left one shown in the third picture, slots over the ends of the bumper to provide a bit of body color to the otherwise chrome front bumper.
The last picture is of a Ford F250, also with it’s face removed. Like the Nissan Titan above, it too simply needs a replacement bumper. This truck, though, was damaged less than the Titan. While the damage is visible to the naked eye, trying to get a picture of the damaged area proved to be an exercise in frustration and futility.
Both of these trucks are quick and easy repairs that shouldn’t take us long to complete. That is one of the nice things about these full size trucks … they can take a quite a lick and shrug it off with little more than a scratch.