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Originally Posted by powerstrokin06 View Post
Six days and only one problem and that was the hood so you peeled the whole truck?? Not seeing the selling point here on durability?? I know wheels are prime time for the stuff but you wasted the money..........
It's fine. I peeled it also cause when we re sprayed the hood and side of the truck it started getting windy and fakked it all up. It's still on my roof and bumpers and holding great

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