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Front Plugs for cover removed license plate holder

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I hate seeing those square holes in my front bumper. Going to be replaced soon, but I hate seeing them. Where can I get the plugs? I asked my local dealer and they knew nuttin'.

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You know, I can't knock Eric for his product since I too bought them for my car.

But to think that all it would take is .50 per plug at the local harware store and a tube of touch up paint and clearcoat?!? What a concept!

Then again it's one of those things where he thought about it and we didn't.

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That is what I did years ago. Friend has a body shop and I went through the draws of plugs. I had the touch up paint and a can of paint from when my humps were painted.


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hah...Well I recently took off the front bumper bracket. Now I see the light...Thanks All!

Tweet I was thinking the same thing. I had one plug but could not find the other with the car. It seemed made for it since the insert was square like the hole inself and I could not find anything similar at local hardware shops.

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I <heart> Bumper Plugs. Never heard of them til this post. Stopped reading, went to there site, ordered a pair. In Lapis Blue metallic. Now I know exactly what to after installing front plate, getting NJ inspection, removing front plate. As a rule, I run without front plate until the state or local police suggest that I install it. On average, it takes them 1.7 years.

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