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  1. Not sure where to post this but I recently wrote a blog post In short, I broke it down to the three possible ways to tint your lights (this assumes you think it's a good idea to do at all of course so I'm putting all legal and stylistic questions to the side): 1. Using sprays/paints 2. Using films 3. Using complete aftermarket replacements. I go a little further in the post and discuss the benefits and disadvantages of each but since writing it I have been wondering if anyone has any other ways to achieving the same end. I mean, can you tint with Plasti-dip? I've never used the stuff so I don't know but I'm throwing this out there to get feedback and see if I've missed anything. Anyway, thanks for reading and have a great weekend!
  2. Hi Everyone, This is a general question about tinting so I apologize if it's in the wrong place. In general, do you guys prefer to use precut kits or rolls of film? IF you prefer precut kits does it matter to you if its a complete (all window kit) or do you look for visor only, front only etc?
  3. I know this is coming a little late but I just did a search on dash kits and realized that we offer a solution to just this kind of problem. I promise I woun't link to anything on Rvinyl.com but take a look at these picturs and let me know if you think these dash kits would cover the damage shown above.
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