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VF Commodore Bonnet Protector

Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by Eric Gleeson, Jun 14, 2019.

  1. Eric Gleeson

    Eric Gleeson Member

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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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    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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    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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