Originally Posted by elp_jc
When you hit something again and rip your bumper, you'll remember my post
. Those pieces give the bumper rigidity, but if you hit them, you want to break them rather than the bumper; they're MUCH cheaper. That's what I tried to tell you man, but whatever. And yes, they look like crap too; it's the truth, and you know it. You should just buy stock ones and drive more carefully
. Signing off. Take care.
I don't think this guy realizes that you still have the stock part in place, you just covered them. Anyways the stock "felt" ones are visible from certain angles and look terrible after just a few contacts with pavement. I wish they were just plain plastic on the outside.