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VF Commodore Bonnet Protector

Eric Gleeson

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I'm looking at getting a nice black bonnet protector for my VF International... Can I find bonnet protectors in any general car retailer like Repco or Supercheap Auto?

Also do I have to get it specially fitted or is it easy to put on yourself?

Thanks in advance!
 

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some auto stores might have them in stock, most can order them and you can get them on ebay.
you can fit it yourself it is 2 screws 6 bits of protector tape and 6 clips(on most of them)
a very easy install.

the headlight protectors are just as easy.

the black lip spoiler and black side vents look nice on the white too.
 

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some auto stores might have them in stock, most can order them and you can get them on ebay.
you can fit it yourself it is 2 screws 6 bits of protector tape and 6 clips(on most of them)
a very easy install.

the headlight protectors are just as easy.

the black lip spoiler and black side vents look nice on the white too.
Thanks stooge... Yeah i've seen white SV-6's getting around with the black spoiler it seems to be a fairly common thing with the series 2 models... looks badass on the white...
 

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Don't bother with those...

1. They look like crap
2. They often mark your paint
3. They trap dirt and debris
 

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Don't bother with those...

1. They look like crap
2. They often mark your paint
3. They trap dirt and debris
Suggestion would be to go for a clear wrap. More expensive but won’t get any markings on your car nor will it be hard to clean especially if you are in locations with many trees.
 
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