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Hi, there was snow in my area and while I was driving the people put the snow in the middle of the road and I couldn't see it and that why I just went through it. It was a hard ice snow and that's why my front bumper cracked and the grille was all messed up. So now I have the money to replace the grille but not the bumper. So I will replace the grille but can I keep the crack on the bumper? Would anything happen? Thanks

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