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Old 03-20-2013, 01:56 PM   #1
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Tinting scheduled...

Got my '11 Stang set for tinting on 4/15 (guy is busy). Now just have to try to stay patient.......

Can't wait!!!
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Wow scheduled out that far for tint. Well I bet u can't wait lol
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Old 03-20-2013, 03:09 PM   #3
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Busy guy. Highly recommended, appears to be best around my area, and with that schedule it seems that the word on the street is right...
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What % are you looking to get and what state are you in?

Good luck man, cant wait to get mine done as well! Should be within the next week or two.
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What % are you looking to get and what state are you in?

Good luck man, cant wait to get mine done as well! Should be within the next week or two.
I see by his profile he lives in PA... I use to live there and the last I remember by PA law no tint is allowed on driver or passenger windows. If he gets it done I just hope the cops on his area are not dicks or he will be wasting his money having the tint put on. Good luck on the tinting.
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I live just across the border from PA in MD. Only times I've got pulled over were in PA.
South central around Harrisburg he won't last long at all.
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Here is mine to give you an idea
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:50 PM   #8
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Ah I'm on the app on my phone so I didn't see PA. I think cops in jersey are reasonable if you don't give them a reason to pullyou over in the first place.

We will see haha

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Thanks^^^ Love Sterling grey, is it still being offered in the newer models?

OP post pics when you get her done, almost a month waiting time. That's insane lol
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Thanks^^^ Love Sterling grey, is it still being offered in the newer models?

OP post pics when you get her done, almost a month waiting time. That's insane lol
And here I thought waiting 5 or 6 hours was bad.
Sterling Grey is still offered, my 2013 with 20%
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I see by his profile he lives in PA... I use to live there and the last I remember by PA law no tint is allowed on driver or passenger windows. If he gets it done I just hope the cops on his area are not dicks or he will be wasting his money having the tint put on. Good luck on the tinting.
Why is a cop cosidered a "dick" for having to walk up to a dark vehicle that he/she cannot see into, and put his/her life in danger trying to do their job? If you were law inforcement, would you want this?
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Why is a cop cosidered a "dick" for having to walk up to a dark vehicle that he/she cannot see into, and put his/her life in danger trying to do their job? If you were law inforcement, would you want this?
Because ppl today only worry about themselves.
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I agree Bucko, I have nothing but respect for the cops that due their job with honor and dignity. I think it's like anything else, a few bad eggs (re: corrupt) ruin it for the rest.

As for drivers that break the law and get mad when they're punished...thats just ignorance
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The few bad cops that ruin cops for the rest of us are the same as the few **** heads that want to shoot cops or hurt them that ruin window Tint for the rest is us.
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The few bad cops that ruin cops for the rest of us are the same as the few **** heads that want to shoot cops or hurt them that ruin window Tint for the rest is us.
Agreed. Its just dumb though when people use blanket statements and ignore the fact that its isolate incidents, which do fail to justify generalizations.

I'll be keeping my tints reasonable so cops dont feel the need to hassle me, and also dont feel unsafe if they ever approach.
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Why is a cop cosidered a "dick" for having to walk up to a dark vehicle that he/she cannot see into, and put his/her life in danger trying to do their job? If you were law inforcement, would you want this?
Your taking my point way out of context.

If a cop thinks his life could be in danger to pull a car over for tint... Then why do it just for tint? The officer also has many options if he thinks his life is at risk. He can ask the driver and/or passengers to exit the car. He can call for backup as well.

When I was saying hopefully the cops won't be dick's. I was referring to pulling him over just for tint on the windows.
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Got my '11 Stang set for tinting on 4/15 (guy is busy). Now just have to try to stay patient.......

Can't wait!!!
Jeeze, with a wait like that I'd probably get so impatient I'd do it myself.. lol
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The civilian should have the common sense to make the officer feel safe. I was taught when pulled over to do the following.

1. Roll down window.
2. Keep seat belt on.
3. Turn on dome light.
4. Make no movements that may be alarming.
5. Keep your hands at 10 and 2 on the steering wheel.
6, Be polite and show the officer respect.

Doing this has gotten me a warning in about half the times I've ever been pulled over.
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I'm always 100% respectful if I get pulled over. Its just better for everyone. Most of the people I see complaining about cops are the guys that are ******** when they get pulled over.
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I'm always 100% respectful if I get pulled over. Its just better for everyone. Most of the people I see complaining about cops are the guys that are ******** when they get pulled over.
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I live just across the border from PA in MD. Only times I've got pulled over were in PA.
South central around Harrisburg he won't last long at all.
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I'm always 100% respectful if I get pulled over. Its just better for everyone. Most of the people I see complaining about cops are the guys that are ******** when they get pulled over.
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Ironically, I just got pulled over this afternoon on my way back to the office. I was in a mad hurry, doing a lot of work on the fly and he really caught me by surprise. I thought I was going to get it hard due to being on the phone in a school zone, but I guess the cop didn't see that. After a good conversation about the weather, he asked if I knew why he pulled me over. I honestly said no, I really have no idea.

Tinted licenses plate cover. He told me the law, wrote me a warning, and shook my hand. Not all cops are ****** bags...
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Ironically, I just got pulled over this afternoon on my way back to the office. I was in a mad hurry, doing a lot of work on the fly and he really caught me by surprise. I thought I was going to get it hard due to being on the phone in a school zone, but I guess the cop didn't see that. After a good conversation about the weather, he asked if I knew why he pulled me over. I honestly said no, I really have no idea.

Tinted licenses plate cover. He told me the law, wrote me a warning, and shook my hand. Not all cops are ****** bags...
I got pulled over for having a tinted license plate cover also and just got a warning. I felt like an idiot because I passed the cop probably 1/8th of a mile from my work and so I turned into the lot and as I was backing into my spot I see the cop pulling in with his lights on lol. Everyone at my work was looking out the windows seeing what was going on. Needless to say, I took them off and haven't had them on again. He also never said a word about my tint, but I think you're allowed 50% on the front here in Ohio. I had 15% and a stripe acrosst he windshield but he never said a word about that.
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He prolly didn't have the tint reader in his car. Or your city could care less about tint on cars bcuz they are working on other bigger problems going on. But It all depends on the cop though.
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