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post #1 of 10 Old 15th April 2008, 09:36 AM Thread Starter
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Recommendation for 3M installer (NorCal area)?

Ok, I'm looking for a good installer of the 3M clear bra in NorCal. Preferably Sacramento area. Also, is there a website to purchase the kit off of?

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without a doubt the best company in the west. I'm sure others will chime in and agree. They're in Fremont, so not exactly right down the street from you.

http://www.premiermobilegroup.com/

not 3M, they use Ventureshield which is superior.

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thumbs up to premier as well. best in the biz imo. make the drive, you won't regret it.
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+1 as well... They can even do custom kits if you have aftermarket spoilers or if you want even more coverage.
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There's also Invisi-Guard Automotive Film. They use a Llumar-based film with lifetime warranty (only to the original owner). I've had this film installed on my 550 and the front end was factory new till the day I sold her. If you have any questions, give Jeremy Gomez a call at 707-328-5865. He's mobile all over the Bay Area and has been installing clear masks for years. Tell him Roel from Salinas sent you.

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I've used Invisigard before and although no major issues, there were some things that always bothered me about the laser cut stuff he used that never really matched both sides. It's hard to describe. One side there may be a 3mm difference from another. Premier definitely costs more, but I find that their quality is better than any I've ever tried.
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i used a guy out of the bay area and he is mobile. he used a different film than the 3M stuff. he did a fantastic job. this other company film has less of the orange peel look than the 3M material. it also carries the same warranty.

the guy's name is daniel at

www.transparentbra.com


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+2 for premiermobilegroup
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without a doubt the best company in the west. I'm sure others will chime in and agree. They're in Fremont, so not exactly right down the street from you.

http://www.premiermobilegroup.com/

not 3M, they use Ventureshield which is superior.
Ventureshield is much better than 3M... especially on a white car. It doesnt have that yellowish hue to it...
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