: Tried searching. ATTN: person whose dealer installed bumper plugs



oceanhut
02-10-05, 06:04 PM
I finally got my car registered here in Florida and had to remove the front plate. However, now I have to deal with filling in the holes from the license plate bracket. I went to home depot to try to find some of the plugs other members have used, but to no avail....

I did a search one time, and saw someone with a silver V, whose dealer removed the bracket for them and filled the holes with black plugs. Im so lazy, that I would just like to call up that dealership and have them send me the plugs.

Is that person here?

Thanks for any help,
John

ssmith100
02-10-05, 07:00 PM
There is a company on the internet that specializes in these. I bought a set for a Maxima I use to have. Can't remember the name but they specialize in bumper plugs for porsches. They have every color imaginable.

Shane

ssmith100
02-10-05, 07:01 PM
Found it: http://www.rennlist.com/spnsrs/bumperplugs.html

Shane

urbanski
02-10-05, 07:52 PM
yeah, Eric at bumperplugs.com has done alot of plugs for me.
recommended.

oceanhut
02-10-05, 08:10 PM
Thanks for the input.
I just sent Eric a message. I see they deal mostly with porsche, but hopefully he can help me out.

-John

BowenCT
02-10-05, 10:06 PM
John,


That was my car. The dealer was Danbury Cadillac in Danbury, CT.

http://4nografix.com/images/v4.jpg

oceanhut
02-10-05, 11:11 PM
John,


That was my car. The dealer was Danbury Cadillac in Danbury, CT.

http://4nografix.com/images/v4.jpg


Thats it! Thank you for responding. Ill give them a call. Hopefully they can help me out.

wildwhl
02-11-05, 12:23 AM
Lowes is where I found the plugs, but most auto parts stores have them as well. About $2 for 4 in black. Correct can of spray paint and you're in business.

SBONES
02-11-05, 10:13 AM
that sucks, none of that on mine.