Anyone have a permanent solution to a sagging front bumper? The plastic brackets are worthless really. Not looking to drill holes into the face of the bumper/fender.
Move over release is a sold piece I must say, how do you like it? What about the holes you had to drill, they bother you at all?My clips recently gave up. I just bought the move over release kit. Without wanting to drill holes I cant think of any other solutions, except maybe trying to repair the tabs on the bumper/bracket.
This would be the fourth bracket I purchased, the previous 3 just snapped in half, literally lol.buy new brackets? or tighten them up?
This might actually work! I thought of this once but all that came up to mind was zip ties and there isn't a zip tie nearly that long to reach across lol. Im going to try it.If it is sagging at the sides and the fender brackets are lose, take the screw out of it and tie it down across with electrical wire
I havent got the move over set up yet. Waiting on them. Once its installed Im going to put a thorough review up since everyone who has it never post details.
Only other solution I was going to do was zip tie it through the tabs on the bumper into the black bracket, but the tabs on my bumper actually gave up.
there is a fix. but im too lazy to type out the fix right now on my phone. but i will later and i'll take some pics of what you have to do to the bracket. its real easy and doesnt involve any extra parts or cutting or drilling.
Yup that's exactly what mine did, the fender opening widens and the bracket always falls through :lol:Ill try that along with the electric wire, however my issue is with the furthest screw hole (near the wheel), once you screw it in it's suppose to open up so that the bracket doesn't fall through the fender. My issue is that it still falls through regardless creating the sag.
I'm confused as to how the bent tab helps in stopping the sag though