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How long should it take to fix a hood bumper one light in the front and a radiator?

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2015-07-15 19:37:37
2015-07-15 19:37:37

Should be able to replace all these in half a day if the parts are available. They'll probably take another half day to repaint the hood then let it cure for 24 hours. If the hood, bumper, and radiator are all damaged, there are porbably some other parts that are bent or broken, too, like supports, brackets, the grill, that may take a while to straighten or replace.

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