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Old 11-25-2003, 06:36 PM   #2
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ABS is stronger against impacts and rocks, but lacks the flexibility that fiberglass has. Fiberglass can be repaired, where as ABS, I think, is impossible to repair. The upside with ABS is that you wont need to repaint your bumper every year because of rock chips and indentations. The biggest upside of an ABS kit however is fitment. It fits, period. Fiberglass kits will almost always need some modification to make them fit, and even so, it's usually only 99% perfect in the end.

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