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#81 Old 02-02-2012, 08:51 PM
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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

This is a shot from last night before I stuck it on:

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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

I think the curve on the Highlander one is just a little off compared to the Sienna's but it makes up for it by having a very functional coverage of the bumper's edge that Sienna doesn't offer. It's a great option for sure, i loved seeing it on Sid's xB first. It really flowed with his blacked out wing

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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

yeah. my edge could use some covering. lol. but that one would be harder to put flames on.

very cool though. it is nice that people are coming up with options.


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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

that fits nicely
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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

Gonna add this to my "to-do" list...very nice !!!
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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

To help other members to find this highlander option I believe the toyota part number is 00016-48005

Its for the 2008-2010 Highlander.

Here it is @ TRD Sparks:

http://www.trdsparks.com/part_detail...um=00016-48005

and eBay (6 Left as of today) I ordered one for my buddy's xB and decided to keep my Sienna one. I'll post pics after install (his xB is camo green). The part should be here in a week since I just ordered it.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/2008-2010-TO...#ht_1270wt_944
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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

Thanks for the great ideas and the links!
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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

so what bumper protector is that in the top pic?
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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

yeah my B i went back a page and did my homework.

my box came with a spidered rear bumper so this may be the perfect fix for it

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can someone confirm that this is the one?

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/2008-2010-TO...#ht_1270wt_944
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wrong one... gotta go back to the previous generation

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yeah my B i went back a page and did my homework.

my box came with a spidered rear bumper so this may be the perfect fix for it

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can someone confirm that this is the one?

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/2008-2010-TO...#ht_1270wt_944
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yeah i thought so. post #81 right?
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This is a shot from last night before I stuck it on:
This one. don't see post number on tapa

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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

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yup that's the one. thanks for the input. sweet little $18 mod!
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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

looked at the highlander and the sienna ones on here, and went with the sienna.

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yeah it looks stock on mine!
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Gots the the highlander on mine and love it every time I see it

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Re: Nice option for the Rear Bumper Protector

New to the forum and just have to say what a great mod. So glad that I didn't take the plunge on the factory vinyl one. Hats off to Victor (PCH) for figuring this out and putting up the original post for it.

Went with a Highlander version on mine too... like the extra protection 'cause I'm always hauling stuff. The Sienna version is cool, though. If mine wasn't a utility vehicle, that's the one I would have opted for.
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