The pre-cut film for the Tacoma from Lamin-X is a bit of a pain to work with. The Tacoma fogs have a very concave lens, this with the Lamin-X precut film being cut basically the exact size of the lens makes it not very forgiving with the alignment. I would possibly consider ordering a bulk sheet, like a 1x1 (or whatever sizes they offer) as this would give you more room to work with, then use a razor to trim the excess off. Just remember, work from the center out and go slowly. There is a good video on the Lamin-x site that shows installing on a circular fog lens which is helpful, though the lens they use is basically flat, so you just gotta go with it.
I have some experience using the Lamin-x for my other car and found this one more annoying than challenging. I took the fogs out and had them mounted right side up in a bench vice to make it easier to work with. Still my drivers side has a small edge that is peeling up
. I am pretty anal about 'the details' so it bothers me, but its not even noticeable unless staring right at the fog light head on.
Wish i had known this, but the guy who tinted my windows installs Lamin-x also.. next time i will know not to waste my time and let a pro do it!
I am a big fan of yellow fogs, not sure why.
. I put Lamin-x on my other cars fog / driving lights also.. everyone knows the car by the lights alone.