Last post on Dec 28, 2007 at 10:46 AM
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#129 of 132 Which way to go?
Oct 13, 2006 (12:38 pm)
I am considering a bra of some sort for my brand new car. I found my first nick in it, so it has sparked my interest. I am very much on a budget so I am torn which way to go.
Vinyl Bra - looks like it might have problems and might not. Plus requires maintanence to keep in good shape.
Clear Bra - Will work great, but cost almost cost $500 to install.
I am all about protecting the car, but if it is going to cost as much as it costs to paint the entire vehicle, is it really worth it?
#130 of 132 Had one / got one
Oct 13, 2006 (4:28 pm)
I had a smoke colored bug deflector (Ford OEM) on my '01 Escape and it looked good until it started to cloud (common effect on the smoke deflectors). Well I just got my new Bugflector II by AVS for my '06 Pilot and boy howdy does it look good. The clear makes it very low profile and after about 5-10 ft away from car you can barely tell it's there.
Her are some pics;
you can see more pictures I took of 'The Beast' (yes it has a name, don't all cars?) on My Carspace.
#132 of 132 3M Clear Bra in Atlanta
Dec 28, 2007 (10:46 am)
Recently bought an 07 Odyssey and wanted clear bra applied. Numerous quotes in the Atlanta area from $650-900 for bumper/grille/hood/fender/mirrors (no headlights). Called Mike from Stone-X (www.stone-x.com) 678-367-1350. The address and phone on their website is outdated. They recently moved to Alpharetta. He quoted me $525+ tax. He was on vacation but had his installer Nate work on my car the next day. Application is excellent, with small gaps under the headlamps, but with edge coverage on the hood and fenders.
I am totally satisfied, hence, I thought I would share the info here for others.