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Old 08-15-2013, 05:17 PM   #1
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Front licence plate holes

Is there anything I can buy to cove up the hole left from the front license plate. I just got the car and it had a front license plate holder and I don't need that
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Buy some plastic inserts from a hardware store to fill in the holes. Use touch up paint to match the color
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A body shop can fill it in and then paint that area.
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I bought some plugs from bumpperplugs.com I thinks that's what it was and they color match the plugs looks good to me but still I can tell there were holes there
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I bought some plugs from bumpperplugs.com I thinks that's what it was and they color match the plugs looks good to me but still I can tell there were holes there
The owner will always know. Hahaha
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The owner will always know. Hahaha
True that but from far away you can't tell but I will always know
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There are bigger problems in the world. The bumper plugs are a pretty good solution. I think you made the right choice.
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