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After 20+ years of road abuse my front fender liners and airducts were too broken to be usable. So I decided to have them changed with new genuine stuff plus close the bumper gap a bit. To do the latter one, I ordered some 3D printed bumper guides from trinitygraphicsnc.com that offer bigger adjustment and are beefier too. Also replaced the plastic cable ties with some new stainless steel ones.

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Gap reduced from 15mm to 5mm, I think it's just about as close it will get..
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Are those files open source, or their own thing?

Do you know what material they are printed in?
 

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That's really nice, I think I'm going to grab a set for the front and rear for my touring.
 

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Are those files open source, or their own thing?

Do you know what material they are printed in?
their own thing. also got the rear bumper ones. For $40 it's not even worth my time to have them 3d printed (and I have a 3d printer at home). Material ABS, judging from the weight around 70% fill
 
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