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I want to get a bra for the Viking. Not sure if one is made for it yet, so I may try a "spray on",removable, out of a spray can stuff, if I can't find a vinyl job.
 

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nothing yet im aware of
 

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My viking doesn't sag yet, so It don't need no bra
 
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What is really the point of a bra though? Why not just give it a wash every once in a while? I find that bras can cause sun fading on vehicles and I don't think they look nice. Not for me and my Viking.
 

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Or how about a clear bra? Something you can easily do yourself or hire a car tint shop that does it, which wouldn't cost that much in the end
 

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I'm going to start mine off in a thong, hot pink!:D

Sorry couldn't resist, feel free to delete.
 

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I want to get a bra for the Viking. Not sure if one is made for it yet, so I may try a "spray on",removable, out of a spray can stuff, if I can't find a vinyl job.
that spray on stuff doesnt last very long

you could always buy your own sheet and try to do it yourself

a squeegee, razor blade, and some soap and water are all you need.
 

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I just want to protect the plastic from tree and brush limbs. Seems like the plastic scratches just looking at it.
 

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those arent scratches there just character, who wants a perfectly pretty and clean work vehicle then your scared of using it what its for
 

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the plastic is going to scratch no matter what. If you are talking about regular unpainted plastic. The protection film isn't going to stick very well to it.
 

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I can't understand why everyone covers their belonging with cases and covers and such. It is to protect the actual product from scratches, but you never see the actual product because it is covered up . It is the equivalent of keeping the plastic packaging on your furniture IMO.



You could even make the bra out of the exact same material.
 

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I want keep it nice so if I sell it or trade-in down the road, I can't be told it looks like a scratch up, pounded piece do sh!t, like all the pounded, f'd-up pieces of sh!t I looked at before I bought this. If there is something I can do to keep it nice, I will do it. I won't let it get jacked up just for the sh!t of it, 'cause I think it needs to look and be f'd-up while it is still new. So I guess there are no bra's to be had for the Viking yet. I will try the spray on or clear on stuff to see how well it protects it. :)
 
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