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  • #7512

    william hellmann
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    USA

    Posts: 3

    #7522

    Kenny
    Keymaster

    UK - Scotland

    Posts: 3869

    Is this yours William?

    #7545

    william hellmann
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    USA

    Posts: 3

    Yes its mine. Got it about 3 months ago.  Had 6 miles on it.  Now only 400 miles

    #7575

    71-bda
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    UK - England

    Posts: 8086

    wow that sure stands out ! Nice ! We are not allowed to tint front windows that dark, is it legal there? Boca Raton FL ?



    No nothing.

    No Mods. No rockers. Just a chunky knob, thats now been replaced by an RS knob innit.

    No tackiness.

    Std as Ford intended, but with a space saver wheel and jack and nuts and wheel brace. oh.. and flaps, a man has got to have flaps.

    Innit?

     

    #7606

    william hellmann
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    USA

    Posts: 3

    Its done on a %.  The back is darker than frt.  For some reason the frt looks same.

    #7655

    Pat Godfrey
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    United Kingdom

    Posts: 298

    Has anyone actually  been prosecuted for having front tints do we know ?

    Its that sunny in places like FL I’m surprised it’s not compulsory

    #7656

    Pat Godfrey
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    United Kingdom

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    Who came up with the design and colours, you or the workshop people ?  Looks mint ?

    #7666

    william hellmann
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    USA

    Posts: 3

    I found a similar  design on the internet and the shop in the pic adjusted the design on computer first then worked layout for 2 days.  As far as the posibilities of getting a ticket from police..yes its possible.  But the police are mostly cool.  Everyone in Florida tints windows. If one gets a ticket your just required to remove and use a less % tint.

    #7669

    Pat Godfrey
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    United Kingdom

    Posts: 298

    Well all I can say is that their design work is brilliant

    only 2 things I’m envious of in the US, your weather and your nations passion for car tuning…

    #7671

    coastliner
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    UK - England

    Posts: 4222

    To Pat Godfrey,

    In answer to your question has anyone been prosecuted. Its an offence to have a tint in front of the B post that restricts light by a certain percentage. The figure is not high about 13% I think. And yes there have been prosecutions, but in the UK its usually dealt with under the vehicle rectification system. That is you are given a time period to put it right. Although in the daytime there isn’t too much of an issue its in the dark where light levels are affected.



    Coastliner

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