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Headlight tint

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by tanktodd, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. tanktodd

    tanktodd [OP] Well-Known Member

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    back on the right side of the bay, Ala
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    Limo tint in back w/ 20% on doors. Removed all badges. Stereo headunit, all new door speakers, 2 amps, and 10' sub...so far Black bullbar MotoMetals and 285/70/17 Duratracs. 3" OME springs in front and aal in back with tsb springs Black UWS tool box 5100's all around Plasti-dipped evo front end Fog light anytime mod OEM steps (for sale) HID fogs 55w 3000k HID heads 35 w 6000k "Cool white" dome & map lights
    Has anyone used Niteshades on their headlights and if so how did it come out? It's great on taillights. I'm kinda hesitant about doing the BHLM and thought about doing a light coat on them just to give them a shade of darkness. Any thoughts?
     
  2. militaco

    militaco Well-Known Member

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    maybe Lamin-x ? :notsure: at least its reversible.
     
  3. Viet2100

    Viet2100 Well-Known Member

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    ...Not a good idea dude.
     
  4. Jigzor

    Jigzor Well-Known Member

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    Why decrease your visibility..
     
  5. wingshootin

    wingshootin Well-Known Member

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    Rocketball If The World Didn't Suck, We'd All Fall Off

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    If you want to do something like this, buy the tinted lexan covers. That way you can take them off at night.
     
  7. militaco

    militaco Well-Known Member

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    Wow i had no idea. Thanks for the heads up guys. I just laminx my fogs for looks, but I never use the fogs, because in Hawaii it is not necessary. I'll be sure to never suggest that again after reading the other post.
     
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