Some of the extra thick 3m clear bra stuff would work- but you'd have to cut it yourself.uncle dude said:Has anyone installed protective cover for the top of their back bumper? Lifting things in and out of the hatch over time really thrashes the top of the bumper.
here is where you can buy it:uncle dude said:The clear bra stuff is a good idea. I wouldn't mind if it was stainless steel or something (other than chrome), even black would be okay. Can't find anything like this:
She (Paris) got a "get out of jail 'cause I'm crazy" card today. She's out of jail already!!Dragon said:
It is amazing what a man slave can do! What has America come to, a country in search of royalty. To bad the Kennedy's aren't around.NVGTI said:She (Paris) got a "get out of jail 'cause I'm crazy" card today. She's out of jail already!!Dragon said:
I really appreciate your efforts. I will PM you with my email address and maybe you can send me the email - but I am glad VW makes one at least.[email protected] said:uncle dude - Here's what I found out from vwdrivergear. They e-mailed me a photo, but I can't figure out how to paste it into this message box. Normal c & p did not work.
From: VWoA Drivergear [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2007 4:18 PM
Subject: FW: Boot Sill Protection, Golf 5 : 1k0 061 197
Thanks for your interest in the Volkswagen DriverGear e-Store.
It looks like the Brushed Metal Sill Protector is part number 1K0061195 and the Clear Vinyl Foil is part number 1K0061197. Both should be available through your local Volkswagen Dealer. The image below is the clear foil - and is shown on a European Golf, so pricing may vary.
We hope this helps, and once again thanks for driving a Volkswagen.
Your VW DriverGear Team
Boot Sill Protection, Golf 5 :
$95.00 inc GST
Transparent loading sill protection film for sticking onto the rear bumper.
Easy to adhere, excellent protection from minor loading exercises.
Also protects the bumper edges.