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Old 03-10-2011, 05:19 PM   #1
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Did my own window tint

Hey guys, I just finished putting 20% tint on my windows, and 5% on my quarter windows. I have yet to do my back windshield, but I ran out of sunlight.
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Looks good so far, but the back windshield is the fun part....

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Looks good so far, but the back windshield is the fun part....

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Good job man. Always wanted to try that myself too. I got a tint pro working with me now so I'm set.
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Re: Did my own window tint

Looks Good man
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Re: Did my own window tint

Looks great! Going to have to tint the windows on my fox now
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:35 PM   #7
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Looks great! Going to have to tint the windows on my fox now
Verts are easy. Small back window and no top trim on the doors. I think mine are at 35%.

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Re: Did my own window tint

May be ditching the vert for an 85 t-top though

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May be ditching the vert for an 65 t-top though
Start a new thread or go to the BS thread. Want to hear more bro. Don't wanna hijack this one too bad lol.

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Re: Did my own window tint

The back upper peice requires black vynyl to work correctly over the bubbles/dots.
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Yep, I gave it a try, and it's nearly impossible
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The back upper peice requires black vynyl to work correctly over the bubbles/dots.
Yea, I'm gonna let that work itself out, when I find some I get it, good thing it's only on the quarter windows, where would I find some?
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May be ditching the vert for an 65 t-top though
Did you mean 85?
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Re: Did my own window tint

Yeah I need to proof read
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Look good man. I was wondering if the difference in 5 to 20% would be negligible. But looks very good.
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Look good man. I was wondering if the difference in 5 to 20% would be negligible. But looks very good.
I put 5% on before I did this, and it was way too black, it seemed pitch black from the outside
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Look good man. I was wondering if the difference in 5 to 20% would be negligible. But looks very good.
Yeah the difference between 5% and 20% is really noticeable.

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Yeah the difference between 5% and 20% is really noticeable.

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Ya darkness wise, but from the side I figured u would see a Sharp contrasting line.
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