I read somewhere on here where to get a bra for the Insight, but now that I want to get one, I can't find it. Can anyone help?
dydek: I also bought the "Perfect Fit". I am having great difficulty snapping the bottom on. I don't see any possible way to attach it. I'm going to be "talked though it" tomorrow, I hope! As far as the hood cover, the guy told me you don't have to remove the plugs. Pry the plugs up slightly and put the loop that the hooks are on under the plugs. It works! Now if I can just get the bottom fastened. I was sooooooooo frustrated today :x :x :x How about the instructions and pictures in the manual. The pictures are worthless, hard to see anything they are so dark, and the instructions aren't much better. The guy told me the instructions need a little work. I would say a LOT of work. But if you need help, call the number on the reciept that came with the bra. The guys name is Ken and he will help you through it.dydek said:I purchased a bra via the web from "Perfect Fit." Unfortunately, the installation of the hood cover requires two metal hooks to be installed into the under-side of the hood in small openings that are fully occluded by plugs holding up the hood liner. In other words, to install this part of the bra one has to remove the plugs holding on the hood liner at two points. I was unwilling to do this modification, since I thought the plug removal process might be irreversable. So, the bra is uninstalled for now.
I've heard of it happening, but it should not happen on a well designed, well installed bra because it should not move or flap at all once installed.Will M said:I've heard that the main reason people use the bras is to protect the nose from bugs and abrasions, but that in many cases what happens is that in winter, icy roads get salt added, then rain dissolves this salt and it gets sprayed over cars. While this is washed off most cars, it gets under the bra. Some dust and grit also gets in there and then the wind whips the bra material against the body and off and on and off and the result is more abrasion with the bra than without.
Does anybody have any experience with this to confirm or deny this evaluation of why you shouldn't have a bra on your car?
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