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[WTB] WANTED - BUMPER PROTECTOR
#1
Looking for a bumper protector for my 09 multispace .... any ideas or is it a citroen purchase ..???Confusedillyme:
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#2
Seen on Fleabay for just under £50 delivered is this good ..??
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#3
Company called RGM @ http://www.rearguards.co.uk get decent reviews.
Former 2011 Mk3 XTR owner Confusedalut:
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Hi i bought mine off ebay for the mk2 and was about £47 but well worth it.
mine screws in place and also has some 3m sticky tape to secure it also, definitely recommend one see my pic below.

[Image: 2hs7kt0.jpg]
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Hi, this has been covered before, the rearguards does an excellent job, but is pricey for a bit of plastic. I have one on mine and wouldn't be without it, has protected the bumper from numerous knocks and scratches, and the dog jumping in and out, still not marked, a quick wipe with back to black and its like new. After i bought mine I did find a possible alternative, very much cheaper but probably not so robust.
E-TECH CAR DOOR SILL & LOWER BODYWORK PROTECTOR / TRIM GUARD -£10 inc post, on ebay, It can be used anywhere, including door and boot steps to prevent damage from people, pets and loading luggage in and out of your car.

E-Tech Sill Guard is a specially developed, heavy duty rubber tape that has a weather proof adhesive backing. Supplied on a 9cm x 2.36m roll, it can be cut to shape and length to fit any car or application.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Black-Car-Door...3f1f7d667c

You pays your money and takes your chance. I didn't find this until after I bought my rearguard.
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I got a steel plate one, and whilst it looks awesome and works a treat - it is a bitch to clean properly!
If it aint broke don't fix it... if it is broke, who gives a rats ass?
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Go to Ebay and you will find what you are looking for. I got mine from there and it is a first class piece of kit. It Screws and stick into place.. Highly reccomendedConfusedalut:Confusedtudy:Confusedtudy:
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(19-01-2013, 10:33 PM)BerlingoHDI Wrote:  Hi i bought mine off ebay for the mk2 and was about £47 but well worth it.
mine screws in place and also has some 3m sticky tape to secure it also, definitely recommend one see my pic below.

[Image: 2hs7kt0.jpg]


looking good :thumbsup:.........is that an OG rear bumper protector ..?????..it looks well fitted

just about to get mine tinted out ....i'll sort some photo's out Wink

(19-01-2013, 09:06 PM)taxi Wrote:  Company called RGM @ http://www.rearguards.co.uk get decent reviews.

i'm assuming that an OG bumper protector would be more than these rearguards..
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Hi, i might sound a bit thick now but i not sure what OG means.

Mine is an RGM one like in the link above it was about £47 when i bought it off ebay and it screws in place with existing bumper screws and also has 3m tape around the edge.

See link below

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Citroen-Berlin...3f1946da7c

I definitely recommend them and they do keep there colour as i put autoglym bumper gel on around once a month to keep it looking new.
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Hi, i might sound a bit thick now but i not sure what OG means.



:lol:...sorry i've been in the v-dub world to long ...OG is slang for original parts .:-)

I'll be ordering up a bumper protector i think from rearguards online ,as i have found out that citroen don't do them ....the guy did say he gets loads of people asking and doesn't know why they don't stock them ....
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