Car Audio MECP Installers
Car audio specialists and mobile audio installers will often find themselves facing majority
of vehicle panels are plastic, and held together by retaining clips and pop tabs, great
care must be used to avoid damage.

The OEM panels are meant to stand firm, but they must come off for the installer to
complete his job. Most vehicle panels are made of soft materials that can mar and
scratch easily. Prylon tools can help reduce damages to customer vehicles when used
properly by up to 95% over similar marketplace tool sets. How is this done?

FRN and FRP tools from Prylon.

FRN, or Fiber Reinforced Nylon, is a composite material consisting of a strong fibrous
backbone,mixed with a flexible non marring nylon. The result is an insanely strong, semi
flexible tool. These have the power to work free some of the automotive industries
toughest panel retaining clips, without damaging the exposed panels they are attaching.

FRP, or Fiber Reinforced Plastic, is very similar to FRN in it's design as a composite.
Much smoother to the touch then FRN and generally has a more refined glossy finish
too. Some of the benefits of FRP over FRN is it's price - plastic is cheaper then nylon to
produce, and the cost saving s are passed to you. Lighter weight tools are ideal for light
industry use where precision demands are made for long periods of time. Also, they are
extremely easy to reshape if damaged.

Car audio installers have to depend on their tools all day, every day, in very high
pressure situations. To replace a dented or scarred up kick and sill panel in a brand new
luxury vehicle can run hundreds of dollars! That's why they choose Prylon. Spend a little,
get a lot.

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