Bumper extensions can be made of a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, and carbon fiber, and they can take many shapes. Some are installed below the main bumper and look more like aerodynamic spoilers or valances, while others are attached to the center or ends of the bumper to, as the name implies, extend the bumper outward for more impact protection. Whatever, their mounting location, in their position forward of the bumper, bumper extensions are vulnerable to impact damage. In the past your options for replacing a damaged bumper extension were finding a good used one, buying a cheap replacement, or paying big bucks for an OE bumper extension. Because damage to these parts is so prevalent, searching for a useable piece from a scrap yard is a waste of time. And many cheap replacement bumper extensions don?t fit properly and aren?t even made of the proper gauge material. Today you can fix your car or truck properly and have money left in your pocket with a new quality replacement bumper extension from Replace. LKQ offers OE quality body parts at less than original equipment prices. You get the same quality part that you?d get at the dealer without the high dealer price. LKQ bumper extension will look and fit just like a bumper extension from the dealer, so your car or truck will look new again. LKQ bumper extensions are designed using the latest software so they exactly replicate the OE units, then they?re manufactured using the most modern tooling, so the end product looks and fits exactly as designed. LKQ bumper extension is made to the same dimensions as OE with the same gauge material. Body repair is expensive enough without paying more than necessary for quality parts. LKQ bumper extension is the sensible alternative to the high dealer price markup. LKQ bumper extension will get you back on the road in a car or truck that looks brand new, without breaking the bank. LKQ is so confident in the quality of its bumper extensions that they?re backed by a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for as long as the original purchaser owns the vehicle on which the part is installed. This includes perforation (metal rust-through) due to corrosion in normal use.