Reviewed By Tommy B (Tuskahoma, OK) Reviewed for a 2017 Jeep Wrangler —5/22/2018 7:17 PM
Looks good easy to install
Everything you need to know about buying the right car bra for your vehicle.
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Looking for a way to add some racy style and solid front-end paint protection to your mean machine? If so, look no further than the car bra. But, with so many car bra manufacturers and styles out there, many people get confused and are left to wonder how to install a car bra. We’re here to clear that up.
The AutoAnything Car Bras Research Guide includes all of the research and answers that you could imagine to help you find the perfect car bra for your vehicle.
When you want the most superior frontend style and protection, you want to choose a car bra made from names you can trust, like Colgan or Coverking. But, deciding which brand is best can be tricky. That’s why we bring you all the information you need to know to make an informed buying decision.
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In order to get the best front-end protection possible, you need to choose a custom car bra that’s designed to fit your car’s every contour. But, how do you know which car bra to go with? We bring you all the info you need to know when searching for an answer to the age-old question: Colgan or LeBra?
Made famous by late-60s Porsches with Colgan bras strapped out front, car bras are one of the easiest ways to beautify and protect your vehicle. They add a cool racy look to any car, and are perfect for protection against new damage, and covering up old scars.
Preserve your resale value by providing a buffer against rocks and other road debris. Here’s how.
For any guy who’s ever struggled with a clasp in the heat of the moment, you’ll be glad to know: car bras are designed to be user-friendly, enabling you to take them off (or put them back on) with one hand tied behind your back. Here’s how.