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For the Month of December We will offer
Free SHIPPING and HANDLING PLUS 10%OFF!

HOW IT WORKS:
Just post on this thread. Then either call in the order or send us the order by Printing the "Order Form" from our site and Fax or mail it to us!
Make sure you put your Forum name on the order form.
http://www.cleartastic.com 1800 778 9898
After only 10, the savings begins!
Our gift to you for the Holidays!

We just started to tackle Mustangs. We intend to increase our product line for these beautiful cars!

Happy holidays to you and your family.

Ed






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Me too.
 

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im in... count me in for the front kit and the rear fenders...
 

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Count me in for two pairs of the rear, and if you get the front set finished, put me down for one of that set also.

Thanks
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I'm in for the front and back kits. Let me/us know when you get the hood protection kit.
 

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Count me in for a pair. Can you post the go ahead after ten of our members sign up or can we order now and receive the 10% discount. Thank you much for doing this!!
 
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On 2001-12-04 15:41, Cleartastic wrote:
For the Month of December We will offer
Free SHIPPING and HANDLING PLUS 10%OFF!

HOW IT WORKS:
Just post on this thread. Then either call in the order or send us the order by Printing the "Order Form" from our site and Fax or mail it to us! http://www.cleartastic.com 1800 778 9898
After only 10, the savings begins!
Our gift to you for the Holidays!

We just started to tackle Mustangs. We intend to increase our product line for these beautiful cars!

Happy holidays to you and your family.

Ed



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Ray Ackerman here, I just received my set, Thanks I have two questions:
I'm asking here because I'm sure others may have the same questions.

1) when I placed my order I said I would like to just use them when I drag race you said that's fine. But in the instructions it says if there not permently affixed don't go over 60MPH. I will definatly go over 60MPH. Will they stay on for the short 1/4 run at about 100MPH?

2) when permently affixed will they discolor? Turn yellow after time?

P.S. For all how is thinking about ordering the pieces are cut to size very NICE!

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(Best ET to date 13.73 my Bullitt is stock other then Nitto DR's)

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On 2001-12-04 22:20, BULLITT #1042 (Ray Ackerman) wrote:


Ray Ackerman here, I just received my set, Thanks I have two questions:
I'm asking here because I'm sure others may have the same questions.

1) when I placed my order I said I would like to just use them when I drag race you said that's fine. But in the instructions it says if there not permently affixed don't go over 60MPH. I will definatly go over 60MPH. Will they stay on for the short 1/4 run at about 100MPH?

2) when permently affixed will they discolor? Turn yellow after time?

P.S. For all how is thinking about ordering the pieces are cut to size very NICE!

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(Best ET to date 13.73 my Bullitt is stock other then Nitto DR's)

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Hi Ray,

Good to hear from you again!
The only time we suggest staying at a lower speed is when you use the dry application. This method was really intended for the show guys who would pull them off during a show for no deduction of points. They didn’t have the time to let them dry (wet application). They would just slap them back on and go home. They were just interested in protecting the car for the re turn trip.

**We suggest this application:
For a better look and for higher speeds, apply using the wet application (spray with water. Apply then squeegee out the water and air bubbles) Goes on much easier. Once dry, they’re practically invisible!. Plus the wet application has been speed tested over 100 mph! (lab test @ 160mph ).
Because you could hardly notice them , most use this application and just leave them on the car. You can easly take them off when you want.

As far as drag racing, the speed didn’t concern me, if you remember it was the hot flying rubber that did. Our product was intended to protect the paint from flying rocks and road debris while “getting on it” and driving in the streets without changing the look or the aesthetics of the car.

Thanks for the compliment on the Fit and finish..
Great hearing from you.
Give me a jingle tomorrow. 1800 778 9898
Ed





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Received an order from "Dstanky"
He did'nt post here so I'll put it up for him.
That makes 7! :grin:

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Ed,count me in as number 8! Should we send in the order form now or wait til 10 show up?
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On 2001-12-07 16:32, jdtarch wrote:
Ed,count me in as number 8! Should we send in the order form now or wait til 10 show up?
Jeff

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Hey Jeff,
Sure you can fax it over now if you wish..
We are almost there :grin:

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On 2001-12-07 16:54, BC wrote:
My Fax is on its way.


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Got it BC! :grin:
Thank you
 

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On 2001-12-07 17:01, JohnHenry wrote:
Can you also make small ovals that we can use to protect our holographic ID stickers?

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I would be more then happy to create a piece that would protect that sticker, however since our material was not designed for that function, without testing I couldn’t give you an honest answer on how it would work. I have been told that some members are using our material to protect that sticker. You might want to start a thread and ask them how it's doing.

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On 2001-12-04 22:20, BULLITT #1042 (Ray Ackerman) wrote:


Ray Ackerman here, I just received my set, Thanks I have two questions:
I'm asking here because I'm sure others may have the same questions.

1) when I placed my order I said I would like to just use them when I drag race you said that's fine. But in the instructions it says if there not permently affixed don't go over 60MPH. I will definatly go over 60MPH. Will they stay on for the short 1/4 run at about 100MPH?

2) when permently affixed will they discolor? Turn yellow after time?

P.S. For all how is thinking about ordering the pieces are cut to size very NICE!

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(Best ET to date 13.73 my Bullitt is stock other then Nitto DR's)

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Hi Ray,

Good to hear from you again!
The only time we suggest staying at a lower speed is when you use the dry application. This method was really intended for the show guys who would pull them off during a show for no deduction of points. They didn’t have the time to let them dry (wet application). They would just slap them back on and go home. They were just interested in protecting the car for the re turn trip.

**We suggest this application:
For a better look and for higher speeds, apply using the wet application (spray with water. Apply then squeegee out the water and air bubbles) Goes on much easier. Once dry, they’re practically invisible!. Plus the wet application has been speed tested over 100 mph! (lab test @ 160mph ).
Because you could hardly notice them , most use this application and just leave them on the car. You can easly take them off when you want.

As far as drag racing, the speed didn’t concern me, if you remember it was the hot flying rubber that did. Our product was intended to protect the paint from flying rocks and road debris while “getting on it” and driving in the streets without changing the look or the aesthetics of the car.

Thanks for the compliment on the Fit and finish..
Great hearing from you.
Give me a jingle tomorrow. 1800 778 9898
Ed


Hi Ed thanks for the tip!! But what about question #2...... :-B




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Hi Ed thanks for the tip!! But what about question #2...... :-B






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Hi Ray,
Sorry, I got so involved with the first question :grin:
As far as yellowing, it’s minimal.. We tested under extreme and harsh conditions (on a daily driver) to try to accelerate it. With no maintenance to the pieces, in high and low temps, snow, rain and had it sit and bake in the sun and after 1 year you still couldn’t tell they were on the car.
 
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On 2001-12-09 12:22, 1NastyFordGT wrote:
Cleartastic,

Do you have anything to protect the headlights?
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Bob if Cleartastic don't have anything for the headlights,Griot's garage does were is there web site I don't know if it's on there site but it's in there catalog. www.griotsgarage.com
 
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