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post #1 of 3 Old 08-02-2013, 08:25 AM Thread Starter
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Chrome Grille /Headlight Protection

Does anyone know of cut outs that can be applied to the chrome parts (the 2 tubes) to protect the pieces from rocks, etc. Basically I want to apply some clear plastic to them but dont want to spray, etc.

I also want this on the headlights, sort of like XPEL.

I just want cut outs I can apply like I would for a screen protector on my phone.

Orrrrr if anyone has headlights or chrome grille pieces they dont want any more (say from an upgraded grill or RECON headlight upgrade), I may can take them off your hands. PM me.
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Your best bet would be to find a local wrap shop and see about getting the wrapped in some clear vinyl.


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There are some headlights for sale in the classified section.
X2 on the wrap. I wrapped mine in black vinyl, its pretty easy to do yourself.


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