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I was loading my ATV into a trailer that was hooked to my 2008 Ridgeline. I may have been slightly off level. Once I loaded it, I noticed that the rear panel (the bumper panel, which wraps around the sides of the truck near the bottom) had pulled away from the top panel by half an inch! I was able to push it back into place, except for the little piece by the tail light. Not sure what I did wrong here, other than to think that the tongue weight was possibly exceeded by loading the ATV into the trailer. But I don't know if that should really matter or not. What's gone wrong? What's the fix?
All in all, I'm thinking about selling it, because I need a truck that handle a little more hauling than that! But I hate to see her go because I love absolutely everything else about it.
 

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Trailer/loading etc has nothing to do with the bumper. It is not attached to it at all. If I understand correctly Sounds to me like something was backed into on the corner of the bumper. Which would cause the side of the bumper and the corner to pop out.
 
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