When I removed the factory license plate holder it left some really ugly screw holds that poked out a little bit. The bumpers on a Cruiser are plastic and the screws they used were self tapping so pulled the plastic out.
I heated up each screw hole and used the rounded end of a screw driver handle to push them in a little.
Then I took a small drill and opened the holes up just a little bit so that the plugs would go in without too much pressure.
I painted the plugs with body touch up paint and let them dry good.
I followed the instructions that came with the new bracket and had it installed in no time.
I pressed the plugs into the bumper and reinstalled my license plate. It looks great now with no scab on the front bumper.
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