Protect you bumper from scraping: HomeDepot Lip / EZ lip

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    Protect you bumper from scraping: HomeDepot Lip / EZ lip

    Better late than never.

    So I scraped my driver front lip twice already going up to my workplace's parking lot. It's pretty high that even in stock height it will scrape your bumper.
    First time I scraped didn't bother me too much as its was light and on the bottom of the lip and theres no way off seeing it unless you stick your head in but yesterday
    was a different story, I scraped again and found out the it was worst than the first time, now you can see the damage on the tip of the lip. I know its not expensive to repaint this
    1 lip but why risk it, so I ran to homedepot, grabbed a garage door seal x1 and 3M double adhesive x2 and DIY the lip It looks cool but connecting the lip to middle section of the bumper is pain in the ass.
    I was thinking of drilling a hole for screw to make it perfect but decided not to, 3M is strong enough to hold to it.

















    and the scrape any suggestions on this?


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    LOL can someone fix the title. you -----> YOUR

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    hey bud, is that a plasti dipped roof? or wrapped? thx

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    I'd say plasti dip, but it may be matte black vinyl.

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    Id love to hear how to protect against this too. Mine scrapes alot too, and it is just stock height.

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