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    rs4 ebay mesh/ methods of fitting

    hi all ive just recieved some of the rs4 mesh from ebay, looks good just wondered because of seen a few of you guys had this fitted how you fitted it with pics be good.
    i was thinking of attaching wire to bumper then twisting it around mesh???

    thanks all

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    Just cut to shape with a Dremmel then a few dabs of black silicone keeps it check. Thats what I've done and several others I believe.
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    Make sure you cut the tabs of the back side of the bumper. On my first attempt I left them there thinking they would be useful to help anchor the mesh, but I ended up having to strategically cut the mesh in so many places that it took forever. I used a glue gun to 'tack' the mesh to the bumper, then used Isopon Bumper Filler (plastic filler) to provide a solid bond. Tiger Seal/Silkaflex would also be good, but again would take a long time to dry. And the mesh is under tension when it's bent to follow the shape of the bumper, hence why I advise using something like a glue gun to hold it in place whilst the permanent bond sets.
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