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I agree. Looks ok, gets the job done, and decent price.
 

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I'm going to buy it and see how it looks in person because I need something there but I see the scratches showing up on the OEM protector since its the same as the protector inside. If it looks too dull I might buy a can of clear coat. thanks for the suggestion.
 

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I I see the scratches showing up on the OEM protector since its the same as the protector inside. If it looks too dull I might buy a can of clear coat. thanks for the suggestion.
I've got a few scratches and dents in my inside protector...I've been hauling some musical equipment around like amps and such....
 

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I'm considering a strip of the spray in bedliner material. You can pretty much choose the color you want and apply it it any shape, pattern or thickness.

-fred
 

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Some pics of it installed

It's pretty basic. It contours to the line very well. Very simple to apply and all you have to do is allow 24 hrs for the 3M tape to settle.
 

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Was tape included????

Looks GREAT
Yea it came the alcohol cleaning prep and the 3M tape is on the back of it already you just peel and stick lol.
 

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Looks fine. black on black is excellent.
I'd want to get red for my red to blend nicely too. Probably something like Melchor suggested: the coloured spray in bedliner or a clear.

C.
Lol yea I got lucky cause my car's black. But I'm sure it will look fine on any CT cause the bottom of the bumper is that plastic dark gray material. I'm sure the spray liner can come out even better especially in red.
 
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