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Old 08-09-2012, 12:00 PM   #1
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Where can i buy new heat extractors (2013 GT)?

Or, anyone with black extractors that wants white?

Cannot find through ford or thru google search. CS package would've given me black on the white body, but I 'needed the Track Pack'. Thought I could find these easy, but so far no-go.
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Or, anyone with black extractors that wants white?

Cannot find through ford or thru google search. CS package would've given me black on the white body, but I 'needed the Track Pack'. Thought I could find these easy, but so far no-go.
Take yours out and paint them. Its a pretty easy removal. There was a thread a while back were someone did a how-to. If i can find it i will post a link.
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Take yours out and paint them. Its a pretty easy removal. There was a thread a while back were someone did a how-to. If i can find it i will post a link.
Thanks, I just saw the same thing on YouTube, you're right this is the best way. Can't believe they are not selling these. Oh well, this is cheaper anyway
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Thanks, I just saw the same thing on YouTube, you're right this is the best way. Can't believe they are not selling these. Oh well, this is cheaper anyway
You can buy them from the dealer. And they are actually colored plastic, not painted.
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Found that thread. Looking over this plasti-dip to confirm it will last when applied to finished plastic. Thanks again and hopefully this helps anyone else looking to do the same.

This is going to look sick, black extractors on a white car (will match the black surround on the brakes lights).

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You can buy them from the dealer. And they are actually colored plastic, not painted.
Just saw this. I checked with my Dealer on Tuesday and they said they didn't sell them. Guessing this guy wasn't completely on top of his game.
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Found that thread. Looking over this plasti-dip to confirm it will last when applied to finished plastic. Thanks again and hopefully this helps anyone else looking to do the same.

This is going to look sick, black extractors on a white car (will match the black surround on the brakes lights).

Plasti-Dip Heat Extractors 2013

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Just saw this. I checked with my Dealer on Tuesday and they said they didn't sell them. Guessing this guy wasn't completely on top of his game.
Dont't plast-dip them. For real paint them. Even if you take them to a real paint shop it wont cost you that much. Alot higher quality. They have to sell them. Its a ford part. Im sure there has already been someone that wrecked one and needed a hood replaced and the extractors. Where would they get that from, the chevy dealer?
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I've had mine Plasti-dipped for a few months now and had zero problems through car washes and UV. I'm in Las Cruces/ El Paso TX and believe me we get good sun here. So you'll drop 7 bucks on them. If you don't like it peel it off and take it to the shop.
All you got to lose is 7 bucks and a reason to open up a beer in the garage. Sounds like a win win to me.
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I've had mine Plasti-dipped for a few months now and had zero problems through car washes and UV. I'm in Las Cruces/ El Paso TX and believe me we get good sun here. So you'll drop 7 bucks on them. If you don't like it peel it off and take it to the shop.
All you got to lose is 7 bucks and a reason to open up a beer in the garage. Sounds like a win win to me.
Good call. I'm in Dallas, so almost as hot. How about the look tho. I want a shine on them to match the brake light wrap. Does plasti dip have a decent gloss black color?
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It's more of a satin black (looks like armor all plastic). Complements the black grill, tint and front splitter/deflector on the bottom.
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First mod. Yeah, simple, but she looks amazing!

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First mod. Yeah, simple, but she looks amazing!
Does look great
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Gotta love Plasti Dip! Looks awesome!
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Re: Where can i buy new heat extractors (2013 GT)?

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Thanks! I'm back in the garage this morning, just staring
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They look good. I'm glad everything worked out.
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