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Old 02-06-2004, 12:24 AM   #3
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I really depends on how the fibreglass piece is made, and how it's painted.

If the painting job sucks, fibreglass is going to have paint chips everywhere. Also, with any semi-hard hit the bumper will break, not flex. That said fibreglass is repairable too to a point.

Personally I'd have no problem using a fibreglass kit if I knew it was built well.
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