Lets see your Tint

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  1. quietpeen

    quietpeen Administrator Staff Member

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    Post up pics with what percentage you have.

    I have all 4 doors and rear window done with 18%

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    20% doors and rear glass.

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    LB3711 Green Goblin Staff Member

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    5% on sides and back and sunroof.

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    Rzrman328 New Member

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    Tint makes a world of difference.
     
  5. MADDOG

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  6. quietpeen

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    Is your windshield tinted maddog.
     
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    MADDOG Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Yup...but not with a film that looks dark. It's a clear polarized film. Works great for reducing UV rays, heat and glare you get a night, especially when its raining.
     
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    mine is dark how ever you look at it lol
     
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    So you can see a person walking in front of you at night when your lights are turned off? Always wondered how people could see at night with tint on the windshield.
     
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    Night or day vision is not obscured by the film. In fact, thing appear a bit sharper, more defined, even if your light source is not the car.
     

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