PedalTheGlobe: Air tools or cordless power tools are your friend.
b_l_a_c_k: Your video saved me a lot of time.Thank you very much !
XChaoticComposerX: Thanks for showing it... very helpful... :)
mungtor: Just wanted to say thanks for this video. Did this on my friend's 2004 Sierra yesterday and it went as easy as you could hope for. Anybody else who is thinking about this, I have 2 suggestions. 1. watch the video to find all the bolts and spray them with penetrating oil (Liquid Wrench, PB Blaster, Kroil, etc) at least a week before and give it time work. 2. If you take the tailgate off, the entire assembly pulls right out, no need to separate the inner brackets like Mark did.
LonerLyfe: I have a 2000 Chevy and on the chrome part theres rust holes, and I see bumpers are around $160-208, I see that a rear bumper face bar is $130, do i need a whole new bumper or just the face bar?
Don Erwin: your video was very helpful especially the part about the bumper brackets being mounted first thanks savrd me a lot time
SS4LiFe1488: hey guys, ill be making a video in the next week of how to put a bumper on your truck when the brackets are too big for the frame. i will be showing yall how to cut/weld/and drill metal spacers to fit inbetween the bumper brackets and the trucks frame. i havent seen a video on this being done so im ganna do it myself
Jose Sanchez: can you tell me what size bolts are the ones for the brackets onto the frame? is because i bought a used bumper that came with brackets but now bolts for bolt on frame
Bashafacein: Thank you for the video Mark.
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