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Before I put any true miles on my car ( only 76 right now) I wanted to get the paint protected...so I am getting XPEL applied right now. $1550 OTD.  Well worth the investment.

1. Front Bumpers/ grill upper and lower

2. Side fenders

3. Mirrors 

4. Also 4” on the roof

 

PROTECT YOUR PAINT

 

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Takes a bit to dry, but once done it will save you big time on scratches and Bugs. 

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Has anyone else XPEL'D their trucks yet?

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Looks good

 

I would not use xpel on white..  turns yellow after a while 

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Sure did. Went with the Suntek this time (recommended by Detailer, same price as XPEL). I got a package: full front clear bra and full Quartz ceramic coat for $2400.

 

A lot of dough but I think it’s worth it with black paint and I plan to keep this truck for 10 years or so.

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1 hour ago, tinbad said:

Sure did. Went with the Suntek this time (recommended by Detailer, same price as XPEL). I got a package: full front clear bra and full Quartz ceramic coat for $2400.

 

A lot of dough but I think it’s worth it with black paint and I plan to keep this truck for 10 years or so.

It’s worth the money.

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I had Xpel on my pearl white Lexus for 4+ years and it never yellowed.

 

Im pissed I didn’t do it to my HC, my front bumper looks like sh*t.

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Looks awesome now but what kind of a

warranty does it have? Over the years I don’t see how it will hold up? 

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On 7/20/2019 at 5:05 PM, PabloK said:

Looks good

 

I would not use xpel on white..  turns yellow after a while 

Xpel is guaranteed to not turn colors. If it does they pay to have it replaced.  

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Xpel is guaranteed to not turn colors. If it does they pay to have it replaced.  

No shit.. didn’t know that!!!


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I have it on my Trail Boss and on my Street Glide, money well spent on both. 10 year guarantee from a company that backs their product.   

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2 minutes ago, PabloK said:


No shit.. didn’t know that!!!


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Guaranteed for 10 years  

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Looks awesome now but what kind of a
warranty does it have? Over the years I don’t see how it will hold up? 



You need to find a real good installer.. that’s 60% of it

Expl is like a soft rubber condom on the hood of your truck.. it’s soft and has some give. You can use a light polish to refresh the shine and remove swirl marks

The only way it can get fuked up is shitty install that leads to edges not sealing and dirt getting in and/or hitting it with a pressure washer from 4 inches away.

It takes the abuse so the paint looks perfect when you peel it off down the road.


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