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Truck Bed Side Clear Protection Film (PPF) for Rivian R1T

Truck Bed Side Clear Protection Film (PPF) for Rivian R1T

Regular price $249.95 USD
Regular price Sale price $249.95 USD
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Product Features

  • 🛡 Protect the side of the truck bed on the R1T when loading/unloading luggage
  • 💠 100% clear and almost invisible once installed
  • 🏁 Made with ultra premium self-healing, stain resistant paint protection film
  • 💎 Precision cutout that doesn't require a heat gun or special skills
  • 🇺🇸 Made in the USA

What's Included

  • 2 x PPF cutouts made for DIY install (without seaming or special skills/tools needed) - one for Passenger and one for Driver side. 
  • Spray bottle with soap (you need to fill it up with water)
  • Squeegee
  • Installation instructions & video

Partial vs Full

The partial wrap only covers the outer most area of the truck bed, while the full wrap covers the entire panel without the C pillars. The full wrap does not wrap around the edges though, although it goes all the way to the end of the panel on each side with the exception of the far rear side where the tail lights are - there is a few mm gap there, to allow for easier installation. Have in mind that the Full wrap, while providing more coverage (and therefore better protection) is significantly more difficult to install, due to the curves around the tail lights. We recommend that you have some prior experience with PPF before getting on with this install.


Install difficulty: 🚨Difficult. Requires 2 people for positioning as it's a very large PPF cutout (60" in length for Partial and 75" for full) 
Install time: ~1h
 Rivian R1T

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Great PPF! I am an outdoors person and frequently go on the side of the truck when I need to grab something. Now I feel I don't have to worry about scratching my truck when I do.
Take my advise - if you order a bunch of PPF from Twraps, start with the small stuff to get some experience and leave this one for last. It's not difficult if you have a little experience, but it's a big piece so it's better to not start with this one. Also I had a friend over to help me position it, and I think that made it much easier although I think I could've done it by myself too.