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overlay questions #66101 Dec 7, 2:29pm Dec 7, 2:29pm
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overlay questions
how well do they hold up against the elements??? have anyone seen any wear and tear on them over time??? what about rocks chipping the headlight overlays??? i'm going to place my order friday,probably and just wanted to know how they held up. i think they are an awsome mod btw bat!!!

Re: overlay questions [Re: gixxer man] #66102 Dec 7, 10:58pm Dec 7, 10:58pm
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I get emails from people telling me how well they've held up over time. In the heat, cold and even car washes!

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Re: overlay questions [Re: gixxer man] #66103 Dec 8, 3:09pm Dec 8, 3:09pm
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they hold up to anything.


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Re: overlay questions [Re: gixxer man] #66104 Dec 8, 3:14pm Dec 8, 3:14pm
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i use to have Blue Bats headlamp overlays, after a month i took it out, when you peel it off its not the whole piece, it was strip by strip, the resedue(sp?) was there but i use turtle wax get rid of it and it worked, as a review, vinyl overlay on headlamps is hard to peel in the long run you have it on there, the looks, its awesome though, mad props Andy thumbsup


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Re: overlay questions [Re: gixxer man] #66105 Dec 8, 9:54pm Dec 8, 9:54pm
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I haven't had the residue problem. What I do is let the Overlay sit in the sun until it heats up, or use a hair dryer and heat it up that way. Carefully lift the corner and slowly peel back thumbsup

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