To be honest its not worth all the work and money. I think Marky Mark looked into replacing his chrome bumper with the color matched plastic one and basically everything that has to do with the bumpers has to be changed, mounts, hardware, brackets, bumper supports, you name it. He said it was going to be around $1,000 to do the swap.
I presume your doing the swap for color matching and in that case your better off sanding the chrome finish off your bumpers and having them painted or powder-coated to match.
It is very expensive to get all the brackets and hardware to do the swap. The dealer i work at, the owners son had his chrome ones powder coated and they looked amazing! His truck was black and the black bumpers made the truck look so much better. And it isnt nearly as pricey to do that. And removeing them is super easy. I had them off and on in about an hour!
I have 40 thousand on my Tundra now and I am wondering as the miles accumulate are your trucks still dependable? What is the hightest mileage 2007 to present Tundra out there and has it been a good truck after 100,000 miles?
I replace windshields for my dealership. The newer Tundra's have heated and non heated options. Besides the wires that plug in for the heated windshield there is no difference. I see that both heated and non heated have the plugin for the heater option below the cowling. If you replce the heated...
I would like to hear some of the other forum users opinions on how they feel about certain areas of their truck that they might dislike that other users love.
For me, I am very displeased with the DC's baby friendly capabilities. It is absolutely horrible. I knew I should have gone with the...
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