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Post by CrownMagnum on Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:11 pm

Finally sunny 2 days in a row, so i got some small mods done besides cleaning the Magnum. first i put my 22" summer wheels and tires on, oh what a nice feeling.

Second, my new bra arrived, i had to fashion some clips to hold it in place around the wheel wheels,i think it looks great, tight fit.



Then i installed my rear entry knee pad, I didnt know if i would like it, but boy is it going to save my paint.



And last but not least, I removed my door mouldings, i know a lot of people have had problems, but mine went without a hitch, Heat, removal, clean with goo gone and apply Maguires scratch 2X all with in an hour.





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Post by saus24 on Mon Apr 15, 2013 9:45 pm

Looks a lot better without the molding, but not crazy about the bra. I can understand if it's your everyday car.

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Post by CrownMagnum on Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:25 pm

It's a dailey driver plus i bought the bra mainly to get to and from long distant shows
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Post by Series 5 on Sat Apr 20, 2013 3:33 pm

The bra looks like it fit pretty snug, must be a good brand. Other bras I've seen in the past don't fit that nice. One thing I heard about bras is the wind causes the bra to move and leave rub marks on the paint. Does the bra have any protective features to stop any possible rubbing? I don't know how much paint chipping you have encountered on the front of your car but that bra will certainly help avoid any more damage, especially on long road trips on the freeways.

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Post by CrownMagnum on Tue Apr 23, 2013 11:58 pm

It's a LeBra brand, i believe they are a good brand, When the sun is out and it's warm its very tight, but the wrinkles come when its cold out. I notice a little bit of rub marks on the Eyelids that was cleared with single part rustoleum clear, but on the automotive finish it is fine, I get lots of bugs splatter more than anything, but the nose could use a repaint, that was on the list of things to do until i realized new tires are on the list also. lol
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Post by sgt tunez on Thu Apr 25, 2013 12:28 am

Claude has a bra on his Maggie. Looks good.

Removing the moldings was my very first mod on my Charger.
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Post by moddog on Thu Apr 25, 2013 9:50 am

I have a Mopar bra for the 300, and my first mod was the SRT front and rear bumpers. But they don't make a bra for the SRT.
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