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Old 07-10-2013, 03:41 PM   #9

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Drives: 2010 Aqua Blue Metallic 2SS
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I think the full hood and fenders, roof, etc. is overkill... I've never seen the hood get chipped any farther than a bit past the leading edge, and even that's uncommon. Most chips happen right on the front bumper and upper header area above the grill...the (vertical surfaces) and of course the rear 1/4 panel gill area. Really not going to hurt anything to cover every inch of your car with it for protection, and yes you can get a chip anywhere... but the most important parts are the forward facing surfaces....I have the upper and lower front bumper and mirrors covered and have not had a chip on any unprotected areas yet with almost 10,000 miles of PA roads.
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