Covercraft "MN" Series Mini Mask / Covercraft "MB & MT" Series Hood Mask / Bikini Mask
Covercraft "MN" Series Mini-Mask
Mini-masks were designed to protect the area of the hood that takes the most abuse.
The front area before the break of a hood is normally where most of the bugs hit and road damage occurs.
This style of mask offers an economical alternative to a full front mask and is easy to store when not in use.
Covercraft Mini Mask Hood Guards
Covercraft "MB & MT" Series Hood Mask/Bikini Mask
This popular "West Coast" style is also known as as a "bikini" mask.
Hood masks protect the front of the hood from rock chips and dings.
Tailored for a smoother look, this style is available for most pickups and some vans.
Compact pickup patterns include a colorful custom-embroidered "Mini-Motion" logo.
Covercraft Mini-Mask Hood Guards
"MM" Series - Hood opens with the mask in place
For maximum protection you can't beat a full front mask. They cover the bumper area (some truck models do not cover the bumper, to allow for installation of lights, grille guards, etc.) and the leading portion of the hood area. MM Series masks are a little more difficult to install, since the hood piece is separate and must be lined up with the fender area mask for a good installation. But the finished product is worth the effort! We usually screen radiator openings because we feel it's important to protect the maximum front area possible. We have done plenty of testing over the years to confirm that the screen does not increase the engine temperature. There are some applications that just won't allow the use of screening, but not many. Some applications, like Firebirds and some Corvette models, have the hood opening so far back that a hood piece isn't required. These unique patterns are noted in our application guide.
"M" Series - Traditional one-piece styling
Originally, masks were designed as one-piece units, for easy installation and maximum protection. This made them easy to use at the factory test track. Over the years mask design has evolved into the two-piece style, but we still have some patterns for older specialty vehicles that are in the one-piece design.
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