Hi there. Interesting question for an ASCENT forum, but I'm sure there are some parallels.
Firstly, that depends on which bumper guard you are referring to. I have seen various brands. I would encourage you to visit the products website and read the install manual, or video. I found it immensely helpful when I installed my LP Adventure front bumper guard.
With basic hand tools and ramps I was able to get my bumper guard and two skid plates installed in 2 hours on my own. Should have been faster, but I ran into 2 snags: 1) The plastic engine guard is tricky to fit back (easy to remove might I add) and get all the clips back into. I had a section in the wrong spot and took some trial and error. 2) I had to use a pry bar to get the bolt holes to line up- with out a second pair of hands it took some finagling.
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