Yellow/amber offroad/fog LED lights?

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I tried to install the Lamin-x today. Per the instructions, "the Lamin-x is very forgiving; you can remove and re-install numerous times until finished." Well, the first time I tried to remove the Lamin-x as it was off-center by about a millimeter, an application tab ripped off, ruining the cover. As they only gave me two covers, and one of them ended up damaged following their instructions, I'm out $16 and still don't have yellow fog lights.

Obviously others have had success with this product, but I won't be buying Lamin-x products again.
 

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Update:

I tried to install the Lamin-x today. Per the instructions, "the Lamin-x is very forgiving; you can remove and re-install numerous times until finished." Well, the first time I tried to remove the Lamin-x as it was off-center by about a millimeter, an application tab ripped off, ruining the cover. As they only gave me two covers, and one of them ended up damaged following their instructions, I'm out $16 and still don't have yellow fog lights.

Obviously others have had success with this product, but I won't be buying Lamin-x products again.
I bought a 12x48 sheet of vinyl off Amazon for $7 shipped, look on there if you want to try again. I'm sure there are cheaper options on eBay and Amazon too.
 

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Any issue installing given the curvature of the OEM lense? Any bumps created? Wet or dry install?
 

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Any issue installing given the curvature of the OEM lense? Any bumps created? Wet or dry install?
Two slight puckers, a little heat on the low setting took it out quickly. I may have been able to do it without, but the heat gun was already out.
 

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Two slight puckers, a little heat on the low setting took it out quickly. I may have been able to do it without, but the heat gun was already out.
Thanks for the heads up. May attempt install tomorrow.
 

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Two slight puckers, a little heat on the low setting took it out quickly. I may have been able to do it without, but the heat gun was already out.
Did you remove the fog light to install?

Edit: NVM, quick remove and replace. 20 minutes tops. They went on fine. Seems like they don't go on perfectly smooth, tiny tiny bubbles behind the film. Maybe a wet install would have been better. I'll run them for a bit and see how I like them. Plenty rainy here in the Boston area.....omg.
 
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i did not remove mine. took all of 2 minutes. had to reset one edge on each... no biggie. no bubbles
 

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