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Re: Lamin-x

No jonboy the foglights were not done. I did not even think about doing them but now that you brought it to my attention I might look into having them done. If it is even possible as they are very round. Not sure if the LaminX will work. It is very thick stuff.

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I want to say that they make pretty cut covers for them, I just haven't seen it done. Buy you used the sheet of it. Worth a shot though right. I'm doing my entire rear and after seeing your head lights. I'm going to do that as well. Let me know if you go for it.
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Re: Lamin-x

I did my own LaminX install on the rear as well...and It was a BITC* to work with ...especially trying to wrap it around the corners...

I'm going to rip it off and have it installed professionally

looks ok from 10 feet away and thats about it

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Well you were right it was so damn hard, but I got it done and it's not too bad. I'll give it time to settle. But eventually I'm gonna have a pro do it right.
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