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SAM LOVERS HER TOYOTAS

Front bumper protection..minor issue I admit!

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Hi all

My other half drives a t27 avensis.

I always park infront of him and because my tte centre exhaust sticks out a bit I manage to hit the very lowest part of his front bumper...causing various scratches and minor paint damage...I know I know.

Does anybody have any ideas how I could protect his bumper in someway...other than being more careful I know...like some rubber trim or something...

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Time to hacksaw off the end of your exhaust, I'm afraid.🤣

Maybe some stick on foam weather stripping, but it would soon look untidy, itself.

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You can buy that heavy duty rubber trim that people put to protect the back bumper from scrathing, on hatchbacks, should be sufficient. 

It's sold on ebays, and alike.

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Transparent helicopter tape to reduce damage. You can get it in any size. Just search for 'helicopter tape'.

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Cheers guys, much appreciated 

Helicopter tape sounds like an interesting one!!

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Hey Sammy,

What about some rubber types  from ebay /amazon/direct as below,  possibly fitted to your bumper so it makes soft contact before the pipe etc ?

 

 

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You could get something like this from Aliexpress. There is various sizes and looks available.

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