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Porsche951

Is there a list of this anywhere? If not, I was thinking it may be a decent idea to start one, and as new cars come out that need it continually add to it. I searched and I do see the one on the tintdude page, is that kept up to date? Sorry if this is repetitive

Cars that need felt on the flaps

  • Acura
    • TL
    • TSX

    [*]BMW

    • 1 Series (2nd inner flap)

    [*]Chevrolet

    • SSR (all years)

    [*]Citroen

    • Saxo

    [*]Dodge

    • Caravan (04 - ?)
    • Trucks (03 only)

    [*]Ford

    • 500
    • Mustangs (05 - present)

    [*]Honda

    • Accord 4 door (03-present)

    [*]Mercedes

    • All Mercedes post (98- ? ) Except M class, SOME SL's, and G 500's

    [*]Nissan

    • Titan
    • Armada

    [*]Peugeot

    • 106

    [*]Porsche

    • 2012 Panorama

    [*]Saab

    • 95 sedan
    • 95 wagon
    • 93 hatchback
    • 95 convertable
    • All from '02 and on

    [*]Saturn

    • Pre 2004 Ion
    • Pre 2004 Vue

    [*]Scion

    • Xb

    [*]Toyota

    • Echo
    • FJ Cruiser

Update:

08 Mitsubishi Lancer front and rear.

New 3 series BMW 4 door rear doors only second flap. (07 and up fronts and rear)

Ford 500 first flaps front and rear.

Ford Freestyle front and rear.

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2012 Porsche Panorama , i get the pleasure of stripping and re-tinting the doors due to felt not being applied the first time ...

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Am new and still leaning so don't shoot me down

But what do you mean by cars that need felt

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bottom sweeps , some are just plastic or rubber and need to have felt applied so they don't scratch the film ...

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Thanks for the reply

Still trying to get my head around all the abbreviations and terms you lot use lol

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