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I want to do the fog lights on my car either smoked or blacked out, what do you guy suggest?


Im installing new lip, new splitter, laguna seca brake kit and blacking out the yellow side lights tomorrow

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I just got the smoked tint off AM it looks good ive had them on for a few months take it to the car wash and powerwash at least once a week with no problems so far.
 

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So are you blacking out or smoking the front marker lights? Which ever you decide to do you should do the same with the fogs. I would personally delete them myself.
 

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OzzyLiriano said:
I want to do the fog lights on my car either smoked or blacked out, what do you guy suggest?

Im installing new lip, new splitter, laguna seca brake kit and blacking out the yellow side lights tomorrow
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So are you blacking out or smoking the front marker lights? Which ever you decide to do you should do the same with the fogs. I would personally delete them myself.
I want to black out my side markers so im going for blacking out the fog lights

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I went with smoked tiny from Big Worm Graphics, you can check my garage for pics. Great material quality for $99 for all lights tinting package (I think). They are pretty dark at night... Will be getting brighter bulbs soon.
 

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I went with smoked tiny from Big Worm Graphics, you can check my garage for pics. Great material quality for $99 for all lights tinting package (I think). They are pretty dark at night... Will be getting brighter bulbs soon.
+1 got mine from there too. Looks good and easy to install and there was no deterioration of visablity. They have a bunch of levels of tint.
 

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Don't go with the "smoked" from Stangmods.com. It's not the same, it's brown and not very dark. You have to get Charcoal to match the Smoked from anywhere else. Learned that the hard way.
 

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Don't go with the "smoked" from Stangmods.com. It's not the same, it's brown and not very dark. You have to get Charcoal to match the Smoked from anywhere else. Learned that the hard way.
Smoke or not smoked, im painting it my self

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Don't go with the "smoked" from Stangmods.com. It's not the same, it's brown and not very dark. You have to get Charcoal to match the Smoked from anywhere else. Learned that the hard way.
Thanks for the info though
 

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Front lights tinted with 30%, fogs, tails, signals all done with a tint material that is a little thicker and more flexible. I made friends with the best tint guy in town 10 years ago and we have come a long way.
 

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