For this mod. You'll need the following items. Rubbing Alcohol - $5 (Any Thrift/Drug Store) Rubber Gloves - $2-4 (Any Thrift/Drug Store) Shop Rag (I used an old Hand Towel) Chrome Molding $15 (Pep-Boys/Autozone) Total Price - $15 to $25 ------------------------------------------------ Frist of all, This is the Chrome I picked up. If you notice in the upper right corner. I went with 1/4". (That's 1 quarter of an inch.. For those who are still learning fractions.) For you blind people, My reason for this? I wanted a subtle chrome look. There are larger sized gauges out there. I saw a 3/4" size and thought it was too big. So this choice is all up to you. Go big or go subtle. First thing you're going to want to do. Take some rubbing alcohol and clean the bumper where you plan to apply the chrome. I went over the area a few times, just to make sure I got all the small bits of dirt off. It's been some time since I last washed my car. (If you havn't noticed) Once you've completed this step. You're kinda going to want to open up the package of chrome. It's really easy. Look, I did it. All by myself. Once you've graduated from that step. You're onto the next part. Putting the chrome to work! I chose to start it right next to my license plate holder. It's a small area and leaves room for error. So what you do, is peel back a bit of the plastic wrapper and begin to apply it, slowly. Make sure it's nicely aligned. My advice? Peel it back as you go. Don't unwrap it all at once. Just follow the curve of your bumper as you go. Take your time and keep it steady. As you follow the edges. Don't be afraid to step back and give it a look. Make sure it's nice and aligned. Eventually. You'll come to the realization, that you've gone around the entire bumper. Congrats! At this point. You're going to want to measure where the chrome starts. That's where you're going to want to make your cut. I made mine slightly too short. Once that's done. Give your chrome a good rub down. Securing it firmly to the bumper. Step back and take a look.