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Old 05-31-2005, 10:07 PM   #1
holland_patrick
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05 Baja gone
Winner best wax job 06WBM

Default Bug Guard

I was noticing some pitting on my hood and belive it's from traffic. while i do take good care of the blaze I figured she needed a bug shield.

Got the part from the subie dealer 69.00+tax
It came in a large box and was very well wraped My only complaint is of a STICKER on it that said no solvents to be used it should have been one of those vinal sticky things that work via static elec. I used spray and wipe to get the sticky mess off. The instructions very good but I did a few things out of step. No words just pictures. The one thing i did is place all of the clips on and used them to hold the shield in place otherwise you have to put the two outer ones on last which poses a problem when you put the 3-m clear tape down in after thought i would like to have placed the guard then marked the spots to place the spots of 3-m then replaced the guard. I will remove them and do this during my prewinter cleaning. All in all it took 1/2 hour and only needed a few tools.



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