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I just ordered a 2020 Ford Explorer Limited Hybrid and want to make it look like the SEMA model.
Does anyone know where to get Ford Moulding/Body Pieces at a decent price? A vinyl wrap on the chrome pieces is $1,200, not including the Grille. The vinyl wrap places state they can't wrap the grille and that it would need to be plasti-dipped which will lead to chips.
My thought is to purchase an ST grille unless anyone has any other suggestions.
My 2020 XLT here’s a couple of before and after I did vinyl wrap on all the chrome and aluminumish parts, wrap is holding up great it’s been 7 months now not a single issue. it’s currently in the shop having a light bar installed above the windshield, rock lights in the fender wells and under the body as well, waiting for traxda to return my call for the leveling kit and looking into wheels spacers as well.
Here's how mine turned out, not exactly like the SEMA model but I got it close enough for my liking.
Had the chrome pieces wrapped, tinted the front windows, installed an ST Grille (made for the hybrid by ford), and got aftermarket rims. Unfortunately the wrap wouldn't stick to the grey bumper pieces or the roof rails but I feel it provides a little contrast.