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Anyone have one of the front under bumper guards? Looks like this here:



From this site:

http://www.allsubaru.com/catalog.html


I have one on the way and was interested in what it looks like underneath. I got a bunch of Subaru Bucks and that was one of the things I used it for.
 

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Do you have one? Can you take a pic? I'm guessing it's pretty much just for looks.
 

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I got a bunch of stuff from UPS the other day, the underguard was one of the things. I had 500 subaru bucks I needed to use so this was pretty much free. And good thing too. It's really just a piece of plastic you stick on the front under spoiler. No way is it worth more than say 20 bucks but was considerably more. I installed it anyway, it looks OK on a silver car but I'm not sure it would look good on any other colour. I'll be doing a scoobymods page soon. I also put in the shock sensor for the alarm and the anti-slip mat for the back cargo area and roof racks. Pages for those too.

Off to change the plugs in my F-XT first ;)
 

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You can get them from using your subaru credit card or sometimes when you get a new car from subaru they give them as an incentive.
 

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Peaty said:
You can get them from using your subaru credit card or sometimes when you get a new car from subaru they give them as an incentive.
Ahh, thanks. I don't think I need another credit card :)
 

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cash911 said:
That's a 2008 underguard. Looks good on the blue too! I'll eventually buy one for my '07 Tribeca
Yeah, its just a thin piece of plastic that covers the black plastic underneath. I guess the idea is that scratches will be less noticeable.
 

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A Piece of plastic to protect another piece of plastic is kind of lame. What they need here is a mesh protector to cover up this opening as the radiator is extremeley vulnerable to road debris as the image above clearly shows.
 

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A Piece of plastic to protect another piece of plastic is kind of lame. What they need here is a mesh protector to cover up this opening as the radiator is extremeley vulnerable to road debris as the image above clearly shows.
Agreed. A mesh protector would be great.
 
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