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Old 11-29-2012, 11:19 PM   #1
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Default XPEL Headlight protectors

I bought this truck and the first thing I noticed is the dang headlights are huge. and expensive looking. So I did some on line research and these covers that glue on are supposed to prevent yellowing (all my headlights have yellowed over the years...Florida) and I wanted to have a shot at that not happening this time. Plus these are supposed to help prevent cracking from road debris.

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Not much to see now, just a piece of plastic. Im hoping theres even less to see once its installed......Ill take pics of the process and finished result
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Great product, we sale a lot of these kits. If you need any help I actually put a set on my personal vehicle a few months ago and love them, actually made my lights look better and hid any of the rock chips that were already there.
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:24 PM   #3
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I bought this from AutoAnything. However, they sent me the wrong kit the first time, and after sending the right one, they said to give the other one away. So if you want it....I believe its for a 2007, check the trades and sales page. This is what it looks like

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I bought this from AutoAnything. However, they sent me the wrong kit the first time, and after sending the right one, they said to give the other one away. So if you want it....I believe its for a 2007, check the trades and sales page. This is what it looks like

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ill take em?
i could use em here in GA
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I bought the Husky version and when I went to install them (your right they are huge) the instructions say not for HID lights which I have on my 13 Plat. I wonder what is the problem ? Any replacement? They offered to take them back and refund but no explanation of why not for HID....
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I bought the Husky version and when I went to install them (your right they are huge) the instructions say not for HID lights which I have on my 13 Plat. I wonder what is the problem ? Any replacement? They offered to take them back and refund but no explanation of why not for HID....
The heat from the HID might deglue the cover and make them fall off. Just thinking.
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interested in the answer myself..
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