[s-cars] 3m clear bra

Charlie Smith charlie at elektro.cmhnet.org
Mon Nov 3 21:59:07 EST 2003

Go to a motorcycle shop that caters to off road bikes, and enduro
competitions.  They will have sheets of plastic material in various
colors - to cut out for numbers and such.  They will also have sheets
of clear plastic.  All of this stuff is adhesive backed so you can trim
it to fit and after removing the backing paper it will stick right on
the paint.  You can later remove it, and except for maybe needing cleaner
you will never know it was there.

    - Charlie

Earlier, Bob Rossato wrote:
> Try Stongard.
> http://www.stongard.com/sgcontent/shop.asp?branch=1273
> > -----Original Message-----
> > Hello all,
> >
> > Does anyone have a source for the 3m clear bra material?  I have
> > only found
> > it available to "installers" ie, only those in the business from a
> > wholesaler or two.  I'm not an installer, but I have seen it applied, and
> > don't think it's too difficult for the average guy.
> >
> > I'm thinking of applying it to my lower door panels below the
> > trim strip to
> > prevent rock damage from the winter cinders.  I do have the "Colorado
> > required mud flaps"(Crmf's) there now, but am looking for
> > alternatives.  Any
> > thoughts, or BTDT?
> >
> > TIA
> >
> > Ron Kirkham
> > 93 S4

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