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#113 of 132 05 Toyota Tacoma bug shields
Oct 12, 2005 (7:42 pm)
The best price I'm seeing for a genuine toyota bug shield is around $70-75, anybody see anything better online? Thanks.
#114 of 132 Re: 05 Toyota Tacoma bug shields [paratrooper82]
Oct 14, 2005 (7:53 am)
Got my Wade bugshield on Ebay... I think you will find the best prices there for most stuff.. Also, my dealership matched prices on a few of the things listed on ebay (tube step runningboards and sill protectors), so that is an option too....
#115 of 132 Re: Also looking to invest in 3M Clear Bra [LDegrelle]
Oct 18, 2005 (4:55 am)
$600.00 installed seems to be the going rate for having the front end done.
#116 of 132 Re: Also looking to invest in 3M Clear Bra [nortsr1]
Oct 18, 2005 (6:16 am)
many thanks - now I just have to figure on what gets priority - the 3M film or the bumper guards. Both are big chunk of money. Someone mentioned the 'mangle factor' of the bumper guards on any pedestrians that are hit, but I have never hit a pedestrian yet have had many dings and nicks on my bumpers.
#119 of 132 Clear Bra Installed on C6 Corvette
Dec 03, 2005 (2:31 pm)
I recently had Paint Protection Film, aka Clear Bra, installed on my Corvette. If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, I recommend Daniel Cook of Transparent Bra.com. Dan did an excellent job installing the bra. Had the mirrors, front hood, and bumper kits applied. Takes about 3.5 hours. The only area where you will see an "edge" is on the front hood kit. Yet, it is barely perceptible. Wish I had it installed when the car was new. By the time I was aware of such a product had 5000 miles and a few stone chips near the bumper area. When professionally installed you can barely tell a clear bra is installed.
#120 of 132 Mudguards and Bug deflectors. Quesions..
Jan 27, 2006 (7:39 am)
I have a few questions about mudguards and bug deflectors.
One: Do mudguards really help that much for keeping mud and dirt off the side of the car? Does is also help keep stone chips down as well?
Two: Bug deflectors, do they really work and are they worth the money?
Three: Does it matter if the mudguards and/or bug deflectors is not made buy the auto company, or are after market ones just as good?
#121 of 132 Re: Mudguards and Bug deflectors. Quesions.. [jeep1988]
Jan 27, 2006 (2:36 pm)
Doesn't matter. After-market, depending on the maker, is just as good and in some cases better than OEM.
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