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Hi,

I’m curious what others are using to protect their paint (behind the tires) from road debris etc?
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Hi,

I’m curious what others are using to protect their paint (behind the tires) from road debris etc?
Nothing here, Ten year paint job still looks good. Hardly any nicks. I get most of my nicks and window chips driving my f250 to work daily on the freeway.They do make clear vinyl wrap you could put on the lower portion.
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There is a clear wrap type film as mentioned, just not sure how well/long it last.
Mud guards always look like sh!t but do work best.

24 years on my '66's paint and my lower rear quarters are peppered with minor road rash but overall not bad.
I just try to clean tar and such off ASAP and always apply a heavy coat of wax.


I may have to re-spray them someday but for now I'm good with it.

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