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Old 08-14-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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Tail light tint and trim

So I bought the tail light bezels off AM and I have some of my own tint I put on. Twice I've applied the tint, let it set a while, then installed the bezels. But the bezels keep pulling the tint away from the lights. Should I just opt out of putting on the tint as once piece and do smaller sections? Anyone else have this problem???
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It depends on what type a tint you are talking about. I'm ordered the smoked tail light tint from AM and the bezels as well and have not had any issues



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It depends on what type a tint you are talking about. I'm ordered the smoked tail light tint from AM and the bezels as well and have not had any issues
Did you wait in between installing the tint and the bezels?
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10 mins I think. Long enough for the tint to dry enough where it wouldn't move on the lense
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