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Ford Mustang Smoke Tint Head Lights Lamps Pair Reviews

Ford Mustang Smoke Tint Head Lights Lamps Pair

Ford Mustang Smoke Tint Head Lights Lamps Pair

  • Brand new in original box, never been tried on & used
  • Exactly same as picture !
  • Made by approved & certified manufacturers with materials that meet or exceed road use regulations
  • 30 Days money back guarantee & 90 Days Limited Warranty

Brand new in original packaging. Exactly the same as shown in the picture! Comes with both headlights. High quality smoke lens chrome housing headlights with amber reflectors. These lights are made by an OE approved and ISO certified manufacturer with the quality meet or exceed all OE standards. Do not come with installation instructions. Professional installation highly recommended. Fitment : 99-04 Ford Mustang all models.

List Price: $ 175.99

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Subject 9 – Ford Mustang Pre-cut vinyl overlay tail light PLUS tint kit (1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004) DARK Reviews

Subject 9 – Ford Mustang Pre-cut vinyl overlay tail light PLUS tint kit (1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004) DARK

Subject 9 - Ford Mustang Pre-cut vinyl overlay tail light PLUS tint kit (1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004) DARK

  • Machine pre-cut overlays are vehicle specific
  • Machine pre-cut vinyl overlays. Includes 9 pieces total: 6 tail light panels, 2 rear bumper markers, and third brake light.
  • Dark Smoke 20%
  • Instructions included.
  • 3 mil thick so it’s strong enough to resist the elements, but not too thick to apply easily.

Subject 9 decal included

List Price: $ 17.99

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Tinting Car Windows

[ad#Google Adsense]Every automobile I’ve ever owned has had custom tinted windows.  To me, nothing can be done to a car to make a more noticeable difference with plenty of cool factor.  In addition, the price is extremely reasonable if you tint the windows yourself.  However, tinting a window is not for everyone, it requires patience and the ability to avoid putting down your windows for at least 24 hours. 😉

To start off, keep in mind that each state has different rules in regards window tinting.  Window tint is measured by how dark it is in percentages, meaning 5% would be very dark window tint, where 35% would allow more light through and be easier to see through.  35% can be a safe bet for most states that require safety inspections to be licensed.  However, use what you are comfortable with, no cool factor is worth not being able to see out your windows.  Think safety first.

Prepping the window can also lead to individuals doing a bad tinting job.  Using amonia free cleaner and a lint free towel is required to clean the window and then dry.  Any type of residue left on the surface of the window will have an affect on the window tint.  Generally residue or particles can lead to a bad tint job where creases take over and you have to start over.

The next step is buying the proper window tint.  Many local auto stores provide rolls of window tint, which then need to be cut to match the window.  However, the best pricing can be found online, where kits can be purchased and individual rolls can be bought.

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As mentioned previously, the key to properly tinting a window is having patience. It is generally recommended to liberally apply a soapy water solution to the window when applying the film and then using a squeegee to remove the water, allowing the film to stick to the window. After you are confident you have all the bubbles removed, you begin cutting the film, leaving about an 1/8″ around the corners. The more time you spend on this step the less time you will spend redoing the entire car because you left too many air bubbles in the film.