O.K. here are a few pic of where I feel we have an issue.
To some they may say typical of an aftermarket part to me Well LOL I've lost a lot of sleep Haa.
This edge does not line up with the wheel well it's short may be 1/8 not sure it's even a 1/4" Rob may be able to chime in here I'm not 100% the shop took his bumper off again I'll wait for Rob to Chime in on the ends.
Solution take the bumper off And Pull hard LOL
As you can see both sides can line up with enough force perfectly.
And the other issue was their is not much to grab here on these two corners so taking it off is the only way to correct this too.
We where short right at the curve below the parking sensor hole. This also have to be stretched into place this is after stretching.
This is before the stretching on the other side see the small gap?
You must make sure these clips are all clipped on the back side IMO a screw through em may be a good idea.
These are the clips that will be included with each bumper we recommend using them any where you can to hold it in place.
This is important!!
We have some that are coming with Epoxy Primer (For Paint) and some Black that don't have to be painted intended to be left black.
The NON EPOXY ones should NOT be painted unless they are prepped with Epoxy Primer because paint will not stick very well.
On to the Epoxy primed ones if a body shop sands through the primer anywhere they will not accept paint very well and will need to be re-primed with EPOXY primer.
If this is not done you could see paint peeling down the road.