Anyone have any tips or tricks that you have used to straighten a Pup bumper? Or ideas that I might try (or NOT try ). Just off the top of my head I wonder if I should try putting a 2x4 behind bumper, wrapping big tow strap around it, tying the other end to something sturdy (neighbors fence LOL ), then pulling with TV? Or better just to remove it, lay it on some cardboard on driveway, drive over it with wheel of the TV. Maybe even drive over it with one side of the daul rear wheels of my 14' work box van. The box van is certainly heavier. This is not a high priority on my fix up to do list, but since DW said she "wished the bumper did not look like this." It's now on my radar. The bumper is held to the frame with just one long thru bolt on each side. Because neither the back wall of the camper or the spare tire mount are bent in the slightest, and it's 'scratched up' only on the bottom edge (10" wide in center), I'm guessing a previous owner backed into a low post or rock. EDIT: See post #5 below for pictures. Sorry I forgot to attach the pictures I made, before posting. Doooh!