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What's a bumper cover?
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In my experience (I could be using the wrong terminology) it's the large soft body-color part that covers the front (or rear) end of the car. It surounds the license plate in the rear and the grilles in the front. Beneath it is the actual shock-absorbing bumper attached to the frame of the car.

I could also include the front and rear lights with the bumper covers or separately.
 

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In my experience (I could be using the wrong terminology) it's the large soft body-color part that covers the front (or rear) end of the car. It surounds the license plate in the rear and the grilles in the front. Beneath it is the actual shock-absorbing bumper attached to the frame of the car.

I could also include the front and rear lights with the bumper covers or separately.
Did you locate the part you need ? Lower valance when you say covers people think it might be a actual cover like a car cover but in body shop terms you are correct it's considered a bumper cover
 

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Did you locate the part you need ? Lower valance when you say covers people think it might be a actual cover like a car cover but in body shop terms you are correct it's considered a bumper cover
I was offered a valance, but only with front and rear bumper covers and rear lights; total price around 3-4k? i am awaiting asking price,
 

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In my experience (I could be using the wrong terminology) it's the large soft body-color part that covers the front (or rear) end of the car. It surounds the license plate in the rear and the grilles in the front. Beneath it is the actual shock-absorbing bumper attached to the frame of the car.

I could also include the front and rear lights with the bumper covers or separately.
Not trying to be snarky; just not familiar with that term.
 
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