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Has anyone gotten the tint kit that AM sells? If so how is it? installation and durability wise.
 

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hes got a 6 he dont know nuthin lol jk!
 

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Has anyone gotten the tint kit that AM sells? If so how is it? installation and durability wise.
We've had great results and feedback on all of our tint kits. Our tint is very durable and will last forever!

The install isn't all that hard. However it can be time consuming and we recommend you take your time on this!

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance.

-Dan
 

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thanks that helps a bunch =]
 

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May not be hard but good cuts and no bubbles is something difficult to achieve.
 

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yeah thats what Im worried about. I like to do everything on my car myself but i might actually have to let somebody else do it lol
 

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yeah probably what I'm going to do, thanks guys!
 

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Have you got a link to this kit, or is it just the one to black out the quarter windows? Reason I ask is tint is pretty cheap to have done. I had my car done professionally for $150.
 

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I assumed the AM kit was pre-cut...which would be the whole point of buying it, as opposed to just buying a roll of film from any MCParts store. I've tinted several numerous cars in the past using a roll of tint, exact-o knife, rubber squeegee and a spray bottle of dish soap/water mix. It's not difficult unless the glass has compound curves (like a back window). I tinted my Festiva in 2001 with Gila brand premium tint from WalMart...and it still looks like the day I installed it. No fading, peeling or bubbles.
 

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There's no way I'd trust myself doing tint on my car! lol

I'd end up with bubbles and then I'd be pissed...
 

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It's pretty hard to screw it up, seriously. It doesn't just stick to the window instantly like a decal. You spray the window heavily with a soapy water solution first. That allows the tint to kinda slide around on the glass and be positioned. Then you spray the outside of the tint (to act as a lubricant) and use a small rubber squeegee to work the excess water and any air bubbles to the outside (working from the center out to the edges). When you're done, let the car sit in direct sunlight for several hours. Any remaining small air bubbles will disappear on their own.
 

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Thank you, guys. I'm pretty sure windows are the same on v6's.
Dunno what Redfire is talking about. :wtf 15 minutes?
I think he's a little lost on what we're talking about...

They haven't even had the tint for a year :lol
 

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you can get the black box cut tint off ebay with 5 year or 10 year warranty for around 55.very good stuff,why pay for tint install when its precut. if you mess that up somethings wrong.i always do mine
 
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