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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 09-16-2019, 07:19 PM
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How is that applied?

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I have this product on my Truck 2016 Ford F-150. No swirl marks from washing, no wax is required. It was professionally applied using an applicator that feels like optical glass cleaner cloth. It has a Five year warranty. Car fax lists it as applied to my truck. I donít know how it was reported, maybe from ceramic pro did with the warranty registration.
one of my favorite benefits is how much easier it is to clean my wheels.
https://ceramic-pro.com/en/shop/prod...ne/product/9h/

My Bobber has swirl marks from the Dealer. I donít trust them to fix it so when I get into my new house with a proper garage I will do the color correction myself and apply Q2M coating products myself. There are many DIY versions coming out that are not as expensive. lots of You tube vids.

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I have this product on my Truck 2016 Ford F-150. No swirl marks from washing, no wax is required. It was professionally applied using an applicator that feels like optical glass cleaner cloth. It has a Five year warranty. Car fax lists it as applied to my truck. I donít know how it was reported, maybe from ceramic pro did with the warranty registration.
one of my favorite benefits is how much easier it is to clean my wheels.
https://ceramic-pro.com/en/shop/prod...ne/product/9h/

My Bobber has swirl marks from the Dealer. I donít trust them to fix it so when I get into my new house with a proper garage I will do the color correction myself and apply Q2M coating products myself. There are many DIY versions coming out that are not as expensive. lots of You tube vids.
This isn't traditional ceramic coating. Ceramic coating is a high heat process done to bear metal surfaces such as exhausts since the coating material can take high temperatures.

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This isn't traditional ceramic coating. Ceramic coating is a high heat process done to bear metal surfaces such as exhausts since the coating material can take high temperatures.

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isnít that typical.. just another definition or acronym to confuse us.. 😆

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Sounds cheap, only 125 miles on the odo.

https://hudsonvalley.craigslist.org/...951968472.html

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I bought this bike today! Had 130 miles on the clock, and I added another 100.

Holy crap its bad over road heaves - shoots it right up the spine and jolts me a bit, but otherwise, I love it. I may look into an aftermarket rear shock if it helps this. I understand there is the fox shock, and maybe some others around?!
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Congrats, Sub.
Aftermarket shock is well worth the coin. Do a search and you’ll find lots of info.
Not sure where you’re located, but I suggest having a chat with @AandJCycles & they’ll help sort you out .
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I bought this bike today! Had 130 miles on the clock, and I added another 100.

Holy crap its bad over road heaves - shoots it right up the spine and jolts me a bit, but otherwise, I love it. I may look into an aftermarket rear shock if it helps this. I understand there is the fox shock, and maybe some others around?!
Gain some weight, and it won't be so bad.....
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