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Looking for tint pictures for the front windows.
I dont want to go super dark, does anyone have 35%, 40%, 45% or even 50% that they have pictures of?
If so post them or message me
Thanks

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5 hours ago, 2020-2500 said:

I went with 20% to match the factory tint in the rear.  I can't stand when the rear and fronts are different.

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I understand where you are coming from, However I do not wish to go that dark. I went 15% on my Suburban and regretted it. I want some tint, 25-50% as it says. I just cannot go 20% But thanks

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So I'm currently considering tinting my driver and passenger side windows to match the rear windows..

So here's my question... how long does tinting last before it starts to change?  I know a bunch of things can influence this, but let's say install is flawless and highly rated material is used.  Care and maintenance is proper.  What is a reasonable lifespan?  If it's re-done, how does that affect cost to reapply it years down the road?

 

Thanks much!

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  • 2 weeks later...

i did ceramic 35% and when the sun is shining and you put your hands up against the glass on both factory and ceramic you can sure feel difference....$100 for both driver and passenger windows....sadly i sold the truck as they "paid too well"

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12 hours ago, nards444 said:

Agreed 20% looks the best and matches.   But practicality is terrible specially at night.  Ive always done 35% up front and felt like it was a good compromise

You must be 70 years old with bad eyes if you think 20% is terrible at night. lol

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