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Old 04-26-2005, 06:40 PM
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I was trying to search the web for headlight & fog light plastic cover protectors, but all I could find was tinted film! Any ideas on were I could find them??
Thanks guys!!!
 
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Old 05-18-2005, 12:54 AM
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Default RE: Help needed!!!

ive been lokking on the net for a bit and i have ahd the same problem but there are a few sites to help you
http://deflectors4less.com/heco8.html
try that one. i dunno if it helps but also try to go on google and type -300c headlight covers- there are a few sites to look at
good luck!
 
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Old 05-19-2005, 07:44 PM
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I used the 3M clear bra film on the nose, headlights and running lights on my Pacifica and 1500 and I swear by it. The headlight material is ~3mm thick and will take a beating from a large stones and eliminate "sand blasting" from the small stuff. My neighbor has the same year truck, drives the same route as I and has already replace one headlight and broke both his running lights--I'm still kickin' on the original set.

Also, I installed I new film on my windscreen (around the outside 2.5" perimeter) to eliminate cracks. (Statistics show 90+% of cracks start in this area ) Glad to say this winter I had numerous hits and none resulted in a crack. The company also will replace your windshield and the coating if you get a crack (starting from anywhere).
 
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Old 05-27-2005, 09:25 PM
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I think that the tinted film looks good and it will protect the light. Also the films come in many different colors. Let me know and I mught be able to get clear viyl film to protect them. The tintied ones make for a great sleek look.
 
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