There is something called a front bumper guard:stryz said:Does anyone know if there is front crash guard for the B9? I can't seem to find one.
So I just picked up an 07 Tribeca. Wonderful ride and I've started making minor updates (puddle lights, tint, etc.).morey000 said:It just sticks on. But- be careful to line it up just right. Lay it down and see how it fits prior to removing the sticky tape covers. Once it's on, it's on for good, so you want to position it perfectly and evenly. Not as easy at it sounds, as once the guard even touches the bumper, it wants to stick, and stick hard.
I was hoping that the rear bumper guard would form more of a step, but it's tilted at an angle, so the rear bumper isn't very easy to stand on, even after the guard is in place. Also, since the roof racks aren't spread very far apart, and the rear one is quite a bit forward, it's not even that useful for tieing objects onto the roof rack. There's better access to it by standing on a wheel or on the rear door shelf. Frankly- this is one of the things that makes the Tribeca a little less utilitarian for me, but, everything is a compromise. It drives a heck of a lot better than an Explorer or Envoy.
In my opinion, the rear bumper cover is something that should have been standard. I KNOW it has saved my paint on numerous occasions. Well worth the $40 to me.Lansing said:So I just picked up an 07 Tribeca. Wonderful ride and I've started making minor updates (puddle lights, tint, etc.).
I don't do a lot of loading and hauling, but I can see how the bumper would scuff if my golf bag hit it (or anything else for that matter).
Is this rear bumper cover worth the time and effort? I see it's selling around $40 online plus $10 shipping.
Thanks in advance...