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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-06-2010 Thread Starter
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Not Sure I like the Black around the Front and Rear

What's going to happen to this black area and the other same type, black area's, within several months. Fade to gray?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-06-2010
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Well If I go from past experiemces with other Fords with plastic (I used to work at a Ford bodyshop as a painter/body man). Most of that stuff would be covered under warranty and in that case you bring it back and Ford changes it out for nothing.

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if you mean the textured plastics, I wouldn't worry about it too much. going by the looks of the same exterior plastics on my now 5 year old F-150 it should be just fine. I just about never clean it and those parts are still looking good. not faded, worn, nothing.
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N if down the road yrs from now. Meguir's (spelling) has a black renew detailer. I actually liek their stuff overall. easy to use and easy to wipe off

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Get some 303 Aerospace
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