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as soon as i figure out the pricing software, yes i just got "official" 10 mins ago, what exaclty would you like?
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i want to try the stuff on the back 1/4 behind the rear tire. protect from stone chips
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zach they dont make a "precut" kit for that, but i can get it in different widths, by the foot, i think your choices are

2,4,6,12,18, and 24 inch widths, most of the thinner ones are 8 mil, you can get 12 inch and up in 12 mil
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well i will have to take some measurements. im sure i will want the heavy stuff, as ive been picking up BIG rocks.
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i beleave its the same thing we are talking about here....
The stuff That i'm talking about, actually sticks to the paint. It doesn't go on like a normal bra does.

The clearshield stuff is really hard to see. You have to be really close to it and run your finger on the edge to notice it.




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the X-pel is the 3M scotchgard clearfilm, it is very thin and unnoticeable unless youre looking for it
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the X-pel is the 3M scotchgard clearfilm, it is very thin and unnoticeable unless youre looking for it
I didn't realize that they changed the name of it.

This is the stuff:

http://multimedia.mmm.com/mws/mediaw...ttt6_XdpTTTT6-




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X-pel is simply a distributor of the 3M product, but they have all their own patterns and machines to cut the film to fit
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X-pel is simply a distributor of the 3M product, but they have all their own patterns and machines to cut the film to fit
SORRY, totally differant company............

3M has there own stuff. The stuff that I am talking about, Clearshield. Is made by Bekaert Specialty Films. That is the stuff that we install and have had no problems with.

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http://www.clearshield.com/


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Can't for the life of me remember who I ordered from, but I have a set of 3M coatings for my headlamps and fogs. I actually ordered them YEARS ago when the truck was new.. and we were all hanging out at GE. I installed the protectors on the glass fogs immediately as that was really all I was after. Last weekend I FINALLY dug out the protectors for the headlights and corners and applied them. Decent stuff..
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when i get my truck repainted and the rust fixed i will be using this on the hood, filler panel, behind my tires and possibly on the trail gate...so ill be in contact with someone on here about it...
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this stuff is great. when my mom's Jetta was brand new, I got the front bumper wrapped, and also a strip up the hood. since then, someone's backed into the car, hit the bumper, and it just dented, no paint damage at all. highly reccomend it.
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