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Hello all,
I've been looking at a way to disguise the bubbling that seems to be appearing on the tip of the rear fender tip. In time I'll want to get it repainted for for now I was thinking of covering with a chrome tip. I've seen some which require screwing into the fender which I prefer not to do as someday as I'll restore the fender so don't want any holes.
Any ideas if tips that I can perhaps stick on?

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You can purchase plastic door edging in 3' lengths ... Protects about 1/4" of the door edge or the edge that you slide it on. Different colours... Cut to the length needed and Just push it on to the edge you want covered up. Gives you a nice clean edge, no tools/screws needed... If it's not tight use some silicon or adhesive...

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I'm not sure about your specific year/model but I bought Show Chrome fender tips for my Vaquero. They are ABS plastic and stick on. Had them on my Honda Shadow as well.

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