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Old 06-24-2014, 12:43 PM   #1
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Tinting Fog Lights

Hey Guys,

I was just wondering what the best way to tint the fog lights that come factory in the 13-14 grille of my mustang GT would be.

I put them behind my grille and have to take the whole bumper back off again to tint them. So i just want to make sure i do it right when i pull it back off.

Anyone have a suggestion on the best way to tint the lights? (window tint? smoke them? Spray them?)

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I used AM's tinted pieces and they installed without taking the grill off. Kind of a pita, but came out nice.
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I used AM's tinted pieces and they installed without taking the grill off. Kind of a pita, but came out nice.
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yea i tried them out too the didnt wanna lay down on the lights very well.. and as how i have the roush grille installed i have to take the whole bumper off to tint them... and i dont wanna have to pull it off again and again haha
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Oic, gotchya.
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Oic, gotchya.
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