I made one for myself...a piece of felt and a piece of medium weight canvas. I ended up buying a piece of felt big enough to fold it with four layers, then sewed the canvas on top along with a couple of tabs to tie to the cargo loops. Cost me about $10 in materials and maybe 1/2-hour labor...I just couldn't see spending that much money for BMW's. I have an ICE recumbent trike that I regularly (well, when we aren't snowed in!) carry in the back to the local bike trail. The roads around here are not bike friendly, so I use the i3 as a bike carrier to get to where it is safe. I end up with about 2-3K miles a year on the thing...helps to keep my weight down.Lonerockz wrote:Hey folks, has anyone seen a rear bumper sill protector for the i3?
My daughter has to take her hockey gear in and out of the back and I already have 2 small paint chips.
Do you have a pic of it on your car?Jeffj wrote:Try this:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000CP ... UTF8&psc=1#
I have one and it works well. If the linke doesn't work, its a Powerflow 5601 Bumper Protector Model A