Originally Posted by alfaromeo3
Hey Rey very nice...how does the cover works? Velcro???
I have my headrest monitors too and my son loves them and off course myself...LOL
"Are we there yet?"
I just noticed the edit. Is that in the OEM headrest? What size monitor?
I just got my car back from the dealership with a fresh coat of paint on the rear bumper and lower lip after they cracked the bumper's paint. They say that "they didn't do it, but took care of it anyway"...
It actually worked out since I got the spiderweb cracks in the carson lip's paint taken care of. That brings me to my next project: protecting the lip from high-speed projectiles. Thanks goes out to digger08 for the idea Can this be repaired?
- Water proof high density foam (I used 1/4")
- Silicone adhesive
- Disposable gloves
- Rubbing alcohol
Very simple process. First, I cut the foam to a 3-3/8" wide strip (or what ever suits your needs). Cut the length according to the amount of lip you want covered.
Before I started, I cleaned off the back of the lip with rubbing alcohol and a rag. Apply and spread the silicone over the side that will adhere to the bumper. I made sure to get all of the edges.
Here's what it looks like once everything is in place.
Make sure you clean off any silicone that may have gotten on your paint.
If you didn't follow the link at the beginning of this post or don't understand the purpose of this project, here is a picture of digger08's carson lip after it was hit by rocks flung from his rear tires.
Digger, thanks again for all of your help!