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I use to own a company installing Clear bra’s . That kit there offering cost less then $60 in material.
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I’d worry more about the grill getting chipped up then the hood . Hood sits high not like a car.Most chips will be hitting the grill
 

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I would want more covered then this, but really useful information, thanks!
This is the usually the area that gets the most rock/debris hits on the highway since why it's just very minimal coverage. A lot of wrap shops only do the front 1/3 of the car.

When you get the whole car covered that runs into the thousands.
 

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I had seen the coverage area in another post . At first I thought it was expensive compared to the coverage area. That was until I started pricing full hood and side panels, which on average was estimated at $2,000 from 3 different shops.
 

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If you go aftermarket then check out Xpel’s PPF, it’s legit and supposed to be one of the best out there.
Agree. And this is a crappy warranty at 3 years. Xpel and SunTek each have products with a 10 year warranty.
 

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I’m not familiar with dealer installed accessories. Don’t you have to pay the dealer to install once it gets there? I thought $295 was just for the material.
I’m pretty sure it’s Ford installed at the factory. It’s part of B&P
 

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I’m pretty sure it’s Ford installed at the factory. It’s part of B&P
Maybe someone who ordered it can post their order summary. I thought it was like wheel locks that ship loose and are installed by dealer.
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I would want more covered then this, but really useful information, thanks!
Same. That's why I didn't want this added to my built. Because I knew Ford wouldn't offer as much coverage as I want. Specifically more side protection because of pin stripping
 

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Doing mine after purchase with more coverage
 

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My friend at work has spray on bedliner on the front facing, flat part, and about 3 inches back on the hood of his truck. He also has it about 3 or 4 inches up from the bottom on the sides. His old truck was dark blue (almost AMB) and his current truck is white, you couldn't really see it on the blue and it looks pretty cool on the white. I'm thinking of that, plus I'm going with a ceramic coat, my buddy has a shop that does that part.
 

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Maybe someone who ordered it can post their order summary. I thought it was like wheel locks that ship loose and are installed by dealer.
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Bingo. It will block that vast majority of impact. What is going to eat it, is the windshield. Make sure your insurance company replaces those pretty cheap :)
I think the entire hood, around the grille, around the windshield, and front fenders should be covered. You could also get a company to cover the entire vehicle, but it would cost a lot.
 

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If you go aftermarket then check out Xpel’s PPF, it’s legit and supposed to be one of the best out there.
I have Xpel on my M2 and it is awesome! It is definitely not cheap, but worth the investment for sure (especially for rock chips). Also would recommend researching the person that installs. There are several levels of certification which is important.
 

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I think the entire hood, around the grille, around the windshield, and front fenders should be covered. You could also get a company to cover the entire vehicle, but it would cost a lot.

That would cost considerably more than what Ford is asking.
 
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