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Old 05-14-2010
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Tint Question

This is more of an oppinnion question than anything else. I am considering taking my driver and passenger side window out to tint them, I have tried to do it while they are on but to no evail. Do YOU think it would be easier to take them out or try it again while in but remove door card and such, I don't want to pay the money to get it done because i am cheap and trying to pay for a wedding also. Let me know what you think.
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If anything I'd just take the door panels off. You shouldn't have to though.
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