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Old 12-26-2012, 09:16 PM   #1
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Tint front head lights?

I know am has tints for the back lights but how about the front ones? Any idea where ican buy them?
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you can buy them on ebay
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Old 12-26-2012, 09:27 PM   #3
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Yup eBay, I tinted mine when I had my v6
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Yup eBay, I tinted mine when I had my v6
Hard to install at all? Hopefully no blow drying or heat guns included
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Two people would be better and yea I used a blower

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Old 12-27-2012, 01:07 AM   #6
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Two people would be better and yea I used a blower
Did it affect your lights or anything?

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Two people would be better and yea I used a blower
Or was you pulled over or anything? I live in Boston MA and they pull you over for not having mud splash
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Did it affect your lights or anything?

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Or was you pulled over or anything? I live in Boston MA and they pull you over for not having mud splash
Yea I had to upgrade to hid's because the stock lighting sucked and had to have my high beams. Yea I was pulled over like a year later but the cop was having a bad day and game me 5 other fix it tickets that day
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I used bigwormgraphix.com got gun smoke tint for every light. Very easy to install does require blow dryer or heat gun. But I did all lights and reflectors. Took like 45 mins. It's cake. Looks really good too.
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I used bigwormgraphix.com got gun smoke tint for every light. Very easy to install does require blow dryer or heat gun. But I did all lights and reflectors. Took like 45 mins. It's cake. Looks really good too.
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Id just get the headlight covers and put HIDS in so that way you could take them off whenever you want
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Id just get the headlight covers and put HIDS in so that way you could take them off whenever you want
Where? Pictures please
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I used bigwormgraphix.com got gun smoke tint for every light. Very easy to install does require blow dryer or heat gun. But I did all lights and reflectors. Took like 45 mins. It's cake. Looks really good too.
I like it.
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Removable would be your best bet so you can see at night.
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