Which ever is easier for you.I'm down. Guess I'll do greyhound to make it easier but if it arrives damaged I may kill myself lol.
Yeah I love the idea of shipping to Houston/Galveston but since SXSW I have pushed a dental appointment 3 times. I'm running the warehouse here and realistically don't think I'd have time. Easier with Greyhound at this point for meWhich ever is easier for you.
They could ship yours to Houston
Or they can ship it to mine in Miami and then you pay the $80 or so to ship the bumper through greyhound
Not yet, still plan on doing it. But delaying it till im sure of everything.
^^since this is already revived... i'd be interested as well.
Im just concerned with how everyone is going to get the bumpers, no only shipping. But does everyone fully understand these are fiberglass bumpers? They need to be taken care of, not like the oem bumper like whatever.Last I heard we were just about ready. To my knowledge nothing has been ordered yet but I wouldn't blame him if he already ordered himself one lol. This was supposed to originally happen in Jan I think.
I'd actually rather have a replica. ABS is better than fiberglass imo and I don't really care if the bumper is authentic or not because in the end it'll look the same. Plus, if it takes more of a beating, I don't see how that's a bad thing.If we want another material we can look into the replicated distributor that has the sedan rear bumper. Pricing on those will be a little different and they should ship to individuals door or business location.