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Smoked Tail Light Covers

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Interior & Exterior' started by robb<35>, Oct 24, 2007.

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    hey guys as the title states, where can i get my rear tailights smoked? i don't want them to get painted just tint film, anyone know of places in the toronto area that do it with tint? if i can do it myself where can i buy this tint? dont really want to use tthose cheap plastic covers, thanks guys
     

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    Do a little Search and you will find what you are looking for. Dr2K and pscline did a post for this and also provided a link for it...
     
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    but those overlays dont cover the whole tail light? is it just that one piece of the light?
     
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    I beleive its just the reverse and the side part of the brake lights
     
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    it is hard to use overlays on the full tail because of the angles, most just paint....you could also get another set of clears as spares.
     
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    ye thats what i was thinking , i would use lamin-x but i havent seen any around in t.o, and if popos say anything than i gotta scrap those lights and buy new ones
     
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    question to fxlr8, are ur tails painted? or they just covers ?
     
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    i dont think theres any real "law" for us in Ontario regarding tints and tinting, the only thing i read is that it is up to the officers discretion. if you run into a cop having a bad day or a tight ass you'll get booked for it.
     
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    I can get you the tint film from my work but like Fxlr8 said its a pita to do the taillights. I have a tinted set I had done by a local body shop I could sell ya if your interested.
     
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    where is your work?? and if i do end up painting them what type of paint did you use fxlr8

     
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