a guy i know named tyler did one, he had it for sale not too long ago.
he'll probably chime in.
Like the title says im looking to shave the little card insert within the euro plate cutout on my mk3 euro bumper, did a few searches didnt find anything, just seeing what type of materials people used to fill it/smooth it or if it was cut out and fiberglassed....
the car in question
this little square indent i always hear ppl calling the credit card
You can use a product called Fusors. Its used for plastic (bumper) repair. Last time I checked, it ran like $100-$150 for a kit. I've had a buddy use it to mold the spoiler on my front bumper and it took a HELL of a beating; even hit a deer and still didn't crack.
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I cut mine out, cut the edges off, cut them to fit around the edge of the center rectangle, used a soldering iron front and back to 'weld' it together, sanded down and used a very small amount of filler to fill the sanding marks and a couple low spots.
Turned out pretty well, and I can't see where I did it
When I was putting the euro rebar on
Excuse the hipstergram pics, too many pics on my phone for me to want to look through them all to find the originals
The exact smae thing he said. To do it properly I suggest cutting the section out and using another piece of the bumper as filler and weld the piece in. The objective will be to use the least amount of filler possible and have a stronger level surface. It is how we shaved my bumper when we did it. I did not have the euro bumper piece to shave, but you can get the idea
Last edited by razorride; 10-07-2012 at 08:29 PM.