Since it's chrome-dipped plastic, they couldn't guarantee it'd stay forever. However ,it looks and feels just like other body panels. If it chips from a rock or some such then I can just use some touch up paint on it, I imagine. They did some body work to my truck so they had left over paint, but they charged me 80$ total. Not bad at all, I think. They used an adhesion machine he said, but I have no idea how painting pieces works so it's just foreign to me.
2005 Frontier looking to replace my stock rear bumper with roll pan bumper. i purchased a street scene and it is way to flimsy. no one3 seems to make anything for this year other than street scene in poly.