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Default F150 09 fx4 front bumper adjustment

The sides of my 09 F-150 bumper are sagging and I would like to know what is involved in adjusting them? I have a Haynes repair book that really doesn't help much. I am thinking it cannot be that difficult, but I cannot say for sure. Any advise would be great.

Thanks in advance

Don

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