How to Install

Please click on the corresponding thumbnail for instructions.

If you are having trouble or your vehicle is not listed below, please contact us.

Dealer Drilled Holes

Standard dealer-drilled screw holes.

Factory Holes: Porsche

Earlier Porsche models with factory square holes (964, 993, 986, 996).


Dealer Drilled Holes

Step 1.

Check that your BumperPlugs™ match the vehicle's color prior to installation.

Step 2.

Verify your bumper holes are no larger than 9/32" and you have at least 3/4" depth in the hole for this application. If not, you'll need to drill the holes to 9/32" diameter so the plugs will fit. Not all holes require drilling.

Step 3.

Gently insert the plugs, one at a time.

Step 4.

Step back and marvel in the greatness of such a simple, yet perfect solution.


Video: Dealer Drilled Holes (standard installation)



Factory Holes: Porsche

Step 1.

Check that your BumperPlugs™ match the vehicle's color prior to installation.

Step 2.

Gently insert the plugs, one at a time.

Step 3.

Step back and marvel in the greatness of such a simple, yet perfect solution.

Step 4.

Show off your bumper.


Factory Holes: RAM

2015+ RAM trucks with 7/16" factory holes.

Factory Holes: Subaru

Subaru models with 5/16" round factory holes.


Factory Holes: RAM

Step 1.

Check that your BumperPlugs™ match the vehicle's color prior to installation.

Step 2.

Gently insert the plugs, one at a time.

Step 3.

Step back and marvel in the greatness of such a simple, yet perfect solution.

Step 4.

Show off your bumper.



Factory Holes: Subaru

Step 1.

Check that your BumperPlugs™ match the vehicle's color prior to installation.

Step 2.

Gently insert the plugs, one at a time.

Step 3.

Step back and marvel in the greatness of such a simple, yet perfect solution.

Step 4.

Show off your bumper.


Large holes (9/32" or bigger)

Any model with holes larger than 9/32", dealer-drilled or factory.


Try either of these methods if your hole size is larger than 9/32". Contact us if you have any questions.

1. Electrical Tape

Tightly wrap 2" of high-quality electrical tape around the plug stem. Squeeze this as you insert the plugs and the tape should expand behind the bumper cover to hold them firmly in place.

2. Shrink Tubing

Insert shrink tubing (insulation used on coax, phone charging cables) to provide a thicker sleeve around the stem, then install without issue. The tubing size will depend on hole diameter. Available at hobby shops and hardware stores.