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Wondering if anyone has the same issue and found a solution. I had my inner fairing and glove box doors painted last winter and now after 1 summers use right under the doors are getting some scratches and scuffs in the clear coat. Most of its hidden by the doors but don’t want to get to the point where it rubs through. Anyone found anything to protect this or maybe a thin molding to put around the door?
 

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The little rubber nubs in the corners should prevent that. Are they missing?


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The little rubber nubs in the corners should prevent that. Are they missing?


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No all 4 are there. Maybe I should replace them. It doesn't look like it's touching when it's sitting there not sure if it's from the vibration or me letting them close to hard. I am going to try and close the a little nicer from now on but would like to find something to line the edge. Thought about taping it off and doing a thin line of plasti dip.it would match my gold and black theme
 

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You can get a product called "Rock Guard" at auto paint supply stores, this a clear film that can be attached to areas of concern and it will protect the paint.
 
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