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So I just trashed my front valance (lower bumper piece). It's a custom bumper made of fibreglass and I need to find a shop that is known for repairing fibreglass. I am also missing a piece about 10 inches long so they will have to reconstruct it. A lot of shops don't know what they are doing with fibreglass.

I am located in Mississauga, I'd prefer semi-local. Thanks guys.
 

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So I just trashed my front valance (lower bumper piece). It's a custom bumper made of fibreglass and I need to find a shop that is known for repairing fibreglass. I am also missing a piece about 10 inches long so they will have to reconstruct it. A lot of shops don't know what they are doing with fibreglass.

I am located in Mississauga, I'd prefer semi-local. Thanks guys.
well this is kinda out of the way but in st thomas there is an old ford dealership that was sold to a body shop, it now does all the ford body's for elgin ford, but it can repair fiberglass i believe as it fixed my friends bumper on his car. but there kinda out of the way.
 

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Thanks guys. I have the 2001 harley davidson front fascia:



It's a fibreglass recreation that I purchased through a FTW member 4 years ago. I don't know where he got it from.

I got a quote today from the dealer for the OEM urethane one and they want $1400 after significant discount. So It looks like i need to fix it. A boat shop is a pretty good idea, hopefully there is one pretty close.
 
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