You didnt do this on stock Jetta headlights, did you?Yesterday, I wired up the high beams so the low beams stay on simultaneously, also courtesy of the vortex:
Well, at 150 - 200 lbs it should. Of course if you drive across it at an angle some creep might be imparted. Also, I ordered an extra center section so with all four sections bolted together, it will be extremely hard to steal. It is also way cheaper than having the driveway ripped out and repaired at a proper angle; even just redoing the rolled curb to a flat slant would cost more (assuming the city would allow it).Interesting. Will that thing actually stay where you put it?
Neat results! NiceYesterday and today I re-painted the bumper and passenger side fender. That paint had started peeling not long after I bought the car last year (Carvana) leaving white/gray primer. It looked terrible. Though, I'm not sure my rattle-can paint job is going to look much better, lol. This is the first time I've tried to paint a car, and honestly I'll be happy as long as it stays on there, even though it's mottled with a few runs. I'm hoping that I can make it more reflective with a wet sanding and buff once it's finished curing (about a week in my experience with the same clear coat on another project). Maaco wanted like 500 to redo the bumper. I was just gonna plast-dip the bumper but then paint started peeling off the fender, too
I peeled everything that wanted to come off, then sanded the transition smooth and scuffed the rest. Then cleaned, wiped with mineral spirits followed by isopropyl to get off any wax and residue. Then after taping I applied a gray primer sealer, which was a screw-up because the car is dark blue and the primer was more like white. It took 4 cans of custom mixed spray paint from O'Reilly's to get good coverage. There's not a whole lot of paint in them, though. It was late by then so it dried overnight. This morning I clear coated it with Rustoleum Painter's Choice clear gloss, 3 cans total.
So I'll see how it ends up! If it doesn't get better after sanding then I may get just the fender redone at a shop.