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      02-11-2020, 09:51 AM   #1
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Underneath front bumper protection

Maybe I missed it, but I didn't see anything regarding this on the forum. But a search of anything like bumper spoiler protection is going to bring up a lot of threads

I just purchased a '19 M5 Comp that I absolutely love. Unfortunately I have a sloped driveway and so far it hasn't hit, but I was wondering if there was anything people recommended for protecting the underneath of the front bumper. I'm seen a few stick on options, but I'd be curious how well they work. I also saw a place called Scrape Armour that looks good, but I don't see one for the F90. Thanks.
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I ran into these guys at SEMA this year. Looked promising but I have not used it personally.

https://sliplo.com/protection/
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I ran into these guys at SEMA this year. Looked promising but I have not used it personally.

https://sliplo.com/protection/
Thanks! I saw them as well, but wasn't sure how it would be. I guess I can give it a try. Did you get to look at the material itself? Was just curious how durable it looked.
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Thanks! I saw them as well, but wasn't sure how it would be. I guess I can give it a try. Did you get to look at the material itself? Was just curious how durable it looked.
Its a polyurethane compound so it's somewhat malleable and designed to take an impact. It looks good... Definitely worth a try.
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I ran into these guys at SEMA this year. Looked promising but I have not used it personally.

https://sliplo.com/protection/
Thanks! I saw them as well, but wasn't sure how it would be. I guess I can give it a try. Did you get to look at the material itself? Was just curious how durable it looked.
I had this done on a few of my cars without the front axle lift. It's works very well but you have to position it properly to make it work when in and out of driveways
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We have had great feedback on the Acexxon front lip protectors.






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I appreciate the information! I'll post my review once I pull the trigger.
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