How much to repaint Yukon front bumper cover?

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  1. DwDrummer

    DwDrummer Full Access Member

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    Got some rock chips, bugs, and few creases where I bumped the brick in my garage by pulling to close how much should I expect to pay to have them repainted? Would love to find a super nice take off Yukon bumper if possible:)

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    $500+ depending on the shop and quality expected, I would say that starting price is with you doing the R&R I just had mine done for $450 but I completely disassembled took it to them and then reassembled it and then took it back attached for the finishing buff since that part is next to impossible without it being mounted.
     
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    Ended up getting a new GM bumper and paint for $889. Shop does extremely awesome paint work. Said it would be right at $800 to strip and repaint my factory bumper.

    Would the factory cover be worth selling or just throw it away?
     
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    This post is wright up your alley of expertise. LOL
     
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    depends on the need I guess, I ran over a stop sign and had it fixed so if it is not beat up someone may have a need for it down the road, good luck trying to ship it anywhere, probably just be a local sale
     
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    Yeah for real shipping would kill the deal no doubt man.
     
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    These guys in Ms. have a pewter bumper cover... Maybe it's nice?
    Cannon Auto Parts USA-MS(Calhoun-City) E-mail 662-628-6232 / 888-628-6232
     
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    I’m not trying to threadcrap here but it takes 5 minutes to pull off the front bumper cover-grille assembly. Throw it on a dolly, clean it, wax-grease wipe, go to town with a DA sander, fill in the scrapes and gouges, urethane 2k primer, sand, wipe it down, prime, base coat, clear, DONE. Total materials cost is about $60.

    Like four hours of actual work, not counting drying time. I’ve done bumpers on these trucks before. Serious consider doing it yourself or with a friend their knows what to do. Save a TON of money! Shit if you were near me (and I still owned my old house) I’d do it for a few cases of Busch Light.

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