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This is a discussion on 2013 WRX rear tow hook cover. within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I noticed my tow hook cover is kind of loose and I would prefer for it to not fall off. ...

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    2013 WRX rear tow hook cover.

    I noticed my tow hook cover is kind of loose and I would prefer for it to not fall off. Does anyone have any good ideas on how to keep it from falling out? Thanks

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    put a tow hook on it

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    Haha, I'd like to do that. Any suggestions? I don't want it stolen though.

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    Ok looks nice. That's a lot of money for that if someone can just unscrew it and take it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattman5399 View Post
    Ok looks nice. That's a lot of money for that if someone can just unscrew it and take it.
    you could always go the easy route, which is what I did, and plasti dip the stock tow hook whatever color you choose. I'm sure most of the members on here will call that rice tho

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    Yeah I guess I'll just hope my cover doesn't fall off. I know if I bought a beatrush hook it would eventually get stolen.

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    I suppose there is that inherent risk. It is just cheaper after all to do what farinuh suggested and just plastidip the stock one.

    The towhook I linked might as well be John Hardy jewelry.

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