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This is a discussion on Clear bra install for 0?? within the Tri-State forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; A shop quoted me 0 to do a clear bra install on front bumper, mirrors, partial hood, and fenders. Do ...

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    Clear bra install for $650??

    A shop quoted me $650 to do a clear bra install on front bumper, mirrors, partial hood, and fenders. Do you guys think this is a good deal? How hard is it to install my self? I have seen the kits for around $350-$400

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    It's not hard to do it yourself.
    You can find some good YouTube videos for install
    $650 at the dealer yikes.
    I made them throw that in when I bought my car.
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    $650 not including taxes is not that far off from the going rate for having a shop or a dealership do it.
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    Honestly if the kit is 400 I think 650 is not too terrible. I tried putting graphics on my trans am back in the day (hey it was the 90s) and it was a LOT harder than I thought it was going to be. Ended up with bubbles and areas that did not adhere perfectly. The flat areas are easy, its the curves and cuts that are a nightmare. For the extra $250 I would think you'd end up with a better install letting a pro do it.
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    if you have the patience, skill, and some friends to help... then I would do it myself and save that $250 for a rainy day... but if you want it done with a peace of mind that a real "pro" had it done for you... I personally would just fork over the cash and call it day... but that's just me...

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    This is not from a suby dealer. Now the product is venture shield. He anyone heard anything about this product?

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    I haven't done a clear bra install, but my intuition is telling me that it's a PITA.

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