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HSTNJEEP
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Join Date: Jul 2014
Location: Chelsea, AL
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Lower front facia

2013 Laredo. I was parking this morning and pulled all the way up to the curb/drainage culvert and the lower dark grey laredo facia scrubbed. I was really surprised. Got out to look, really got lucky it was not worse. Just made a small rough scrubbed spot on each end, left and right. I did not realize it was that low. Maybe the fact the pavement was sloping downward towards the curb/drain caused it more than anything. Felt stupid.

UPDATE: after some research I learned the name of the two trim pieces (one left, one right) I scuffed: spat, front facia.
Luckily, they are the only things scuffed--makes sense, as they hang down a good big lower than the main facia below the bumper. Can get them around 35 a piece. Trying to decide if I will. I guess you could take them off and leave them off, but I like how they look. Gotta think at some point they will scrape something again.

Each is fastened with four "tapping" screws. How do you remove screws like that? Is there a tab you have to release to pull them out? There is no slot on the head to screw them out, that is for sure.

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