when i had my muffler taken off my truck i left it loose in the bed, and in my haste to hear my new exhaust at 6000RPM the muffler was digning around in my bed. It actually put a 1" long gash in my bed. It went right through the metal, and put dents all over the place. The metal is VERY thin!
Talkin about the metal on other parts, I was cleaning my windshield with my feet on the bumper, and I slipped slightly, and put an elbow dent in the hood. I was shocked, cause I barely hit it. It's not big, but I laugh at my clumsy ass now...
Glad to see other people saying the same thing about the sheetmetal. My first impression when I got the truck was the metal seemed paper thin. My 93 Chevy was much thicker. I still love my Bee so I will take extra precautions with it.
The bumpers don't seem much stronger. I slid back into a rock on my drive way on ice last winter, real slow and it put a big dent in the bumper and pushed it back against bodywork. I mean real slow. I was stagered it did that much damage.