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- Style:Headlight and Fog Light Kit
- Part #:H0125A
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XPEL Headlight Protection Part #H0125A Customer Reviews
5 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Matt B (Wantage, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 21, 2016 8:22 AM
I had a terrible experience trying to install this kit on my Tacoma. I followed the installation instructions and videos to T, with use of my Dewalt heat gun, and ended up with 'fingers' on the edges which would not stay down, wrinkle areas, and a crooked film placement, which did look ok while it was getting placed. The problem with XPel is that customers are not informed of potentional challenges when installig with large areas that include wrapping the film. Too thick. $40 in the trash.
Reviewed by John T (Fort Mill, SC) Reviewed for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 18, 2016 8:29 PM
I own an 05 Tacoma so my headlights bend into the fender a good bit. Working these bends was not easy and took some time to work in. Working with a heat gun is a must. I didn't have one and used my wife's hair dryer and promptly blew it up. Only use alcohol (which is what directions say to use) otherwise you will have "imperfections" in the finished product. Once it dries, it looks great, except for my imperfections (my own fault). Sure beats spending $200 on new headlights!
Reviewed by Paul B (San Jose, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Tacoma — Dec 17, 2009 8:57 PM
Reviewed by harrison r (Santa Fe, NM) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 18, 2009 7:50 AM
I have put this film on all my vehicles in the past couple of years and highly recommend it. New Mexico roads will pit a new headlight in a matter of days. Installation is tricky on curved surfaces. Keep the heat gun or hair dryer nearby and the film nice and warm. I installed the film on my Tacoma on a fairly cold day, which I would not recommend. If you use a heat gun instead of a hair dryer, be careful. It is possible to overheat the film, then it will gouge or scratch when you squeegee the water out from behind the film.