I clipped a concrete block at dead slow speed. It bent my rear bumper.
This is the view of the full bumper now. You can see the "knee" I put in it.
The bumper itself has a piece of angle iron running through the center to give it support. It is about 1/2" - 3/4" on each leg,as you can see here:
As you can see in this photo, there is no gap between the angle iron and the fiberglass.
There are small "Stem and Cap" fasteners that hold the fiberglass on to the angle iron. They are not removable.
I believe that the fiberglass can be mended after the angle iron has been straightened. Here are some photos of the outside & inside.
How can I fix this without damaging the fiberglass any more than it already is?