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Bumperettless


Beaky

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Loving the look of my new rear, but the inside corner of the rubber strip keeps lifting, tried some double sided tape but to no avail.

How/what have folks with similar deletes done to stop this?

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I had the same issue: drilled a hole in the strip, stainless self tapper and small rubber bung to seal the hole. I think. Or a self tapper from behind. Can’t remember exactly. :rolleyes:

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Anyway Beaky, never mind the rubber strips, we are all dying to see what "bumperettless" actually look like..... Pictures please! 

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Superglued mine on. Hasn't moved since and is been quite a few years.

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That trim is fecked,the metal inner has pulled through, A new one will hold its position

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Sikasil SG-20 is what I used. I masked up the outline of the rubber bumper on the bumper itself, covered the area with Sikasil, taped the bumperette in place and left for 24 hours.  It hasn’t moved in several years.

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Thanks for all the advise folks. I'll speak with the body shop and see which option is best

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