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2014+ Painted bumper ends part number cost and part number break down

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014+)' started by Roman, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. Aug 15, 2016 at 6:56 AM
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    Roman

    Roman [OP] Toyota Parts Master Vendor

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    There's quite a bit of interest in replacing the chrome bumper ends on the 14+ models, so I wanted to break everything down, cost and part number wise, to make it easier for everyone.

    FOR THE FRONT

    The front is really simple. The two bumper ends are easily interchangeable, and nothing else is needed other than the ends themselves and a couple of seals for the fender liners. The only difference is with or without sensors.

    With sensors:

    Left front - 52113-0C908 $106.84
    Right front - 52112-0C908 $106.84

    Without sensors:

    Left front - 52113-0C080 $107.08
    Right front - 52112-0C080 $107.08

    Extra parts for the front:

    53882-0C060 $12.69
    53883-0C050 $12.69



    FOR THE REAR

    The rears are not a simple replacement. They require more than just the ends themselves. First, I'll give the part numbers for the bumper ends with/without sensors, then a list of the extra parts.

    With sensors:

    Left Rear - 52156-0C903 $128.14
    Right Rear - 52155-0C903 $128.14

    Without sensors:

    Left Rear - 52156-0C030 $135.09
    Right Rear - 52155-0C030 $135.09

    Extra parts for the rear:

    L Stay - 52154-0C030 $132.07
    R Stay - 52153-0C040 $128.33
    Clip - 90468-04059 $0.91 (x6)
    Clip - 90467-07215 $0.84 (x14)
    Clip - 90467-06165-C0 $1.01 (x2)

    Shipping is an added cost, and just depends on which parts you get and where they are going. If you do just the front, shipping will be cheaper, and if you do all of it, shipping will be slightly higher.

    The bolts you take off from the chrome parts in the rear can be used to attach the bumper stays to the truck.

    #9 in the diagram are the stays I was referring to, and #6 are the rear plastic bumper ends that attach to the stays.

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    UPDATE: I have a painter who will paint these for you prior to shipping, just like the Pro grille surrounds that I am able to get color matched. The price per pair will be $165 ($165 for the front and $165 for the rear). Normal turn around time for this is 7-10 days. Remember, they do not come painted from Toyota as replacement parts.

    So, whenever you need to place an order, shoot me your email address with the color you need them painted, whether or not your bumpers have the sensors, if you want front or rear or both, and I will email a quote over for you to purchase and get everything started.
     
  2. Aug 15, 2016 at 7:32 AM
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    excalis

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    The rear are more expensive without the sensors? If I am just replacing a dented rear cap, I can re-use the extra parts correct? No need to order those other than just the cap?
     
  3. Aug 15, 2016 at 8:06 AM
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    Roman

    Roman [OP] Toyota Parts Master Vendor

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    Weird, isn't it? That's Toyota for you, though.

    That is correct. If you're replacing what's there instead of swapping from chrome to painted, all you would need is the painted bumper end itself.
     
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  4. Aug 15, 2016 at 11:24 AM
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    YotaMang

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    Weather Tech Visors, TRD Pro Shift Knob, TRD Stubby Antennae, Center Console Organizer, Bilstein 5100's All Around (Leveled), Flowmaster Outlaw Catback Exhaust, SABM, Chrome Removal in progress..
    When I check your website with the part numbers listed... those say "W/O Park Sensors - Paint to match" for the ones WITH park sensors? That's pretty confusing :notsure:, why doesn't the website state the details correctly? Also, not to mention trying to buy the matte black door handles... the cap for the drivers side front door does not specify if it has a key hole or not. Its like this on all the Toyota websites... doesnt make much sense but I will be picking up some of these in the near future. Thanks for the info! :thumbsup:
     
  5. Aug 15, 2016 at 12:27 PM
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    Roman

    Roman [OP] Toyota Parts Master Vendor

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    The reason being is because there is a third party company who writes descriptions for the parts based off of Toyota's description of the parts. There's no way I can go through every individual part and change their description, or even read through them all to see which ones are right, wrong, close enough, not too good, etc. I try to fix the ones that are brought to my attention, though. :)
     
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