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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 7th April 2017, 10:16 Thread Starter
 
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just introducing myself new to this just asking question has anyone had a fn2 windows tinted and the plastic part on the boot thanks
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 7th April 2017, 10:28
 
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Welcome! Personally I wouldn't as I think these are a nightmare because the view is quite restricted as it is bit does look good

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I have used film tint on the side rears and solarplexius on the two tailgate windows.

Visibility is not an issue for me as I have side mirrors.

In all seriousness I can see out the windows, at night it's a little trickier.
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ok thanks every where i have asked they say they cant do that part
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hi thanks for reply has the part on plastic stayed stuck down
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I have used film tint on the side rears and solarplexius on the two tailgate windows.

Visibility is not an issue for me as I have side mirrors.

In all seriousness I can see out the windows, at night it's a little trickier.
Oh I wondered what they were for . I was considering having the rear quarters done

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They are supplied with plastic wedges with sticky sides that hold them in place. Rattled when I first did it but soon sorted it, they have been fine since (6 months)
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just spoke to the company who supply and they said you can buy just bottom part if you want it might be easier to do that and get top glass section filmed
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they look ok was it easy to do and you said you had a rattle but sorted it now what did you do
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Easy enough. Alarming how much they bend! Just put the wedges in further, and more of them.
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thanks for your help ill be getting them
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