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    Car Bra

    Anyone know where a good place to get a car bra for a 95 TT is? The reason I'm looking is the clear coat on the front bumper cover is trashed and is peeling something bad and I want to cover it up for the time being until I get enough money to have the car repainted. It's either a car bra or a rattle can of clear coat just to protect the paint on the front end, which I might just do anyways, but it will look like garbage. They used to carry them in stores years ago but haven't seen any in a while. Any ideas where I can find one???
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    I got one off of ebay, as long as it's a brand you know a lot of stores tend to sell on ebay just because its more well known. Mine was a leBra, which I've heard of before and see a lot of cars up here using. I bought mine for the winter last year, and wasn't too happy with it. Upon installation the plastic clips that hold it into place chipped a bunch of paint off of the inner edge of my wheel wells. It was also manufactured incorrectly, as the instructions showed different sized straps than the actual item had, which made it impossible to secure to the points in the engine bay that it was supposed to. My headlight covers didn't do much to protect the pop-ups, and the edges of the insides of those started to rust a little bit.

    I still use the hood protector though in the winter, had no problems with that part, plus I think it looks kind of cool.

    Overall though the main portion of my bumper looked fine, probably a lot better than it would have without the bra, but I am still upset that just installing it managed to cause problems, so look out for that when you install it. Maybe use some foam or something with the clips to prevent that.

    Just google leBra and there's a few websites that sell bras, just choose your year, make, model and there should be one there for ya.

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    Ok Thanks man I will look on Ebay and see what I can find then.

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