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Old 02-28-2006, 05:01 PM
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Just wanted to offer the samething over here for the Capital Z/G Club members... If anyone happens to need their windows tinted I know someone who can do it for very cheap. I'm guessing no more than $150. This person used to own a shop in cali for many years but is now living in the area. He does the tinting at his house. PM me if you're interested. Thanks.

BTW... i am not getting anything out of this...just a kind gesture to Capital z/g members....

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Thanks man... We do appreciate the gesture.

I think we are still trying to get the club a bit more organized this spring. Hopefully after a couple of meets we will be more together.

As for the tint it is something I have thought about, but I had a bad experience about 15 years ago in Louisiana. After a year or so in the hot sun the aftermarket tinting starts to bubble…does this still happen, or is the aftermarket stuff more stable and longer lasting nowadays.

Thanks again,

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Thanks man... We do appreciate the gesture.

I think we are still trying to get the club a bit more organized this spring. Hopefully after a couple of meets we will be more together.

As for the tint it is something I have thought about, but I had a bad experience about 15 years ago in Louisiana. After a year or so in the hot sun the aftermarket tinting starts to bubble…does this still happen, or is the aftermarket stuff more stable and longer lasting nowadays.

Thanks again,

--Brent
The tinting should not bubble up after a year... maybe like 10 year... or not even... but a qualified tint specialist can redo the tint when it gets old and it'll look all better again. This guy is actually a pro...who's been doing it for many years. I wish I had gotten mine done with him... If you are interested just let me know anytime. I'll hook it up!
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Originally Posted by BamBam View Post
Thanks man... We do appreciate the gesture.

I think we are still trying to get the club a bit more organized this spring. Hopefully after a couple of meets we will be more together.

As for the tint it is something I have thought about, but I had a bad experience about 15 years ago in Louisiana. After a year or so in the hot sun the aftermarket tinting starts to bubble…does this still happen, or is the aftermarket stuff more stable and longer lasting nowadays.

Thanks again,

--Brent
get what you pay for and im sure its better now a days than it was then. ive never had bubbling or peeling but i try to get name brand tint when i get it done, such as 3M
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