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    image.jpgWhat's the best thing to use to fit these was thinking tiger seal but its difficult to remove I use it very day in the garage?
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    I used double sided foam tape when I had mine on. It held no probs. I think others have used some kind of silicon/Tiger seal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dippy27 View Post
    I used double sided foam tape when I had mine on. It held no probs. I think others have used some kind of silicon/Tiger seal.
    I think foam tape/numberplate pads would be more than enough for this.

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    I`ve got a tube of tigerseal to do mine IF it ever stops either raining or snowing

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_c View Post
    image.jpgWhat's the best thing to use to fit these was thinking tiger seal but its difficult to remove I use it very day in the garage?
    Hello steve,can i ask where you got the brows from?--looking for some myself and are you going to paint them.---Cheers Dave

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    May get some to, they look like a good fit

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    Cheers everyone, am going to paint them then use tiger seal I think as I think the foam pads for numbers plates would be to easy to steal once they are on there not coming off

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    yeb tirgerseal , thats what mine are on with

    the vectra has gone , but not far away so ill still see it form time to time

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