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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-23-04, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
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Rear bumper/step load area protectors

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I have found the need to make these (Rear bumper/step protectors) due to nil aftermarket items available for most cars.
They are simple heavy duty rubber matting cut to suit the top face of your bumper contour then either taped or glued on.
They are very handy in the way of protecting you bumper paint from loading shopping/cargo into your hatch/wagon/sedan.
Some cars are available through manufactures but are around $120 to $200.

Im doing all makes and models FORD,HOLDEN,SUBARU,MAZDA,HYUNDIA,TOYOTA,NISSAN ETC..... with a discount to cars that I dont have a pattern for,
After driving around in traffic its suprising to see how many cars could do with these.
Yes I am making some for falcons sedans EF to BA on, and wagons AU to BA.
This is a little side hobby will do them as demand requires.

Price $50 to start with, ford forum discounts will apply.
will post photos as I make patterns for falcons.
Any opinions would be appreciated


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Re: Rear bumper/step load area protectors

Ford already sell one for the BA, it attaches to the boot carpet and is placed over the bumper when needed. They are about $50.

Part Number: BA 19B507 AA
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Re: Rear bumper/step load area protectors

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Ford already sell one for the BA, it attaches to the boot carpet and is placed over the bumper when needed. They are about $50.

Part Number: BA 19B507 AA
Yep i realise that,this is a more permanent/fixed arrangment that you dont need to fold out when you've got 3 bags of shopping in one hand and your keys in the other.Thanks for the feedback though

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