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32% Tint BEFORE vs 22% Tint AFTER 01 Z28 ! PICS !!

This is a discussion on 32% Tint BEFORE vs 22% Tint AFTER 01 Z28 ! PICS !! within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by SMWS6TA WOW thats robbery Mine only cost $160 for the back and sides. The back is also ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    WOW thats robbery

    Mine only cost $160 for the back and sides. The back is also one piece.
    Yeah, thats what mine cost and mines one piece in the rear too. Thats the only way to do it. More than once piece tends to peel.

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    I just had two layers of limo installed on my back window (i.e. 0.25% ish, 5% of 5%). With the front windshield not tinted, it's a bitch to drive during the day. With 35% on the windshield, an 8" limo visor, and limo on the side, it blocks enough light to where it isn't so bad. Hell, I could drive around with the T-tops off and people couldn't really see me. That is how I had my '89 IROC tinted, back in the day. Unfortunately, I can't do that now and I didn't think about it being so dark that I would have a problem seeing through it; live and learn. It took me a week or two to get used to it but even now, it can be tough at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    For that price it's cheaper for you to drive over here and get it done...
    Where do u get it done at? Im over here in Fairhope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norrie View Post
    I just had two layers of limo installed on my back window (i.e. 0.25% ish, 5% of 5%). With the front windshield not tinted, it's a bitch to drive during the day. With 35% on the windshield, an 8" limo visor, and limo on the side, it blocks enough light to where it isn't so bad. Hell, I could drive around with the T-tops off and people couldn't really see me. That is how I had my '89 IROC tinted, back in the day. Unfortunately, I can't do that now and I didn't think about it being so dark that I would have a problem seeing through it; live and learn. It took me a week or two to get used to it but even now, it can be tough at times.
    Tinting your windshield

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    Yes, that is correct. I had my windshield tinted and loved it.

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