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304 Stainless Steel Inner Rear Bumper Plate Cover Trim For LR De

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304 Stainless Steel Inner Rear Bumper Plate Cover Trim For LR De

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Product description

Colour Name:Black


Fit For Land Rover Defender D240 SE 2020.
Before placing order, please confirm this product is suitable for your car?thank you !!
Condition:100% Brand new.
Material:Made Of High Quality Of 304 Stainless Steel (Never rust).
Made in an ISO 9001 facility to ensure highest quality.Easy Installation,3M automotive adhesive tape is attached.
Install Instruction:
1.Clean the place where you need to paste and then wipe the water with towel or tissues. It can't accept to have the oil ,water, wax ect. "br"2.Determine the installation location and then make comparison of the product and installation location, if the product doesn't fit to your vehicle,please contact us immediately and don't install.
3.When tear off the double-sided adhesive of cover trim, you can't touch the double sided paste with hand. "br"4. In order to achieve better effect, we suggest to heating double sided adhesive by hair dryer or lighting. "br"5. Alignment position and then paste, the paste depends on paste conditions and correct way to install. "br"6. Please pressing 20-30 seconds or more when paste and don't dip the item into the water within 48 hours.

304 Stainless Steel Inner Rear Bumper Plate Cover Trim For LR De

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