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Old 02-16-2007, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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where to find stuff to tint tailights, etc.

where can i find a product to tint my tailights and possibly other light too? cant say ive seen this stuff anywhere.
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i used mirror tint from autozone .... going to have to redo it soon since theres air bubble and that was my first time doing and it turned out k..... used 20%





also tinted the side markers when i did the tail lights with same tint... but i dont have side markers no more
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damn that looks black almost. does light shine thru pretty easy? dont wanna get pulled over. i was thinking of doin the sidemarkers as well.
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yea my blinkers show through pretty well i guess u gotta see it for yourself in person.... if u plan on going to the photoshoot ill most likely be there so i can show u in person
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I think you can get transparent spray paint from Hobby Lobby or Michaels
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Hey, this was the exact post I was looking for another question on the subject. I just tinted my tail lights and bumper parking lights 20% as well. I was wondering if anyone who has done this lives somewhere it snows? I used regular window tint when I did this and I am wondering if all the snow being wet and everything would ultimately kill the tint. I was thinking of getting another set of tail lights and switching them out ever year.




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