i got pulled over 1 time on ft. benning for my windows in the school zone. Mp said to dark because i wont see kids crossing in the cross walk lol. No my scoops are actually off now cause the lund hood scoops are made for flat hoods, when i put them on and about a week wit them on they started to bou up off the hood in the front where it slopes.
better the MP than the GSP! I don't know if you're from GA or just stationed here, but thought I'd let you know the law.
I used to run illegal tint on my old ranger back in Indiana, I never got pulled over for it. anytime I did get pulled over, i had my driver window down before the cop got there so he couldn't see the dark tint
Nice ride! I just got tints on mine for xmas, I had them do 20% on the back three and 35% on the front two.
Here in michigan, its illegal to have anything on the front two, but I had the exact same percentages on my last car and never got stopped once. And the blend is real good, so it kinda looks like its supposed to be that way, though on occassion I have rolled both fronts down if approaching a officer on the side of the road or something.
I don't figure I'll get stopped for them. I mean I just like how the car looks with them on, I'm not trying to hide anything and I respect that the police can be very nervous when stopping a tinted vehicle. Thats why I don't do even limo tint in the back. From even a short distance it looks cool, but if you want to get right up on it, you can see in. I can understand the safety aspect.
can you start another post on a how to make it. I am sure no one make it right now, but my dad just bought a new welder, and I want to try to make one. Can you give specific numbers, and perhaps bending angles? Thanks!
Not a bad idea to remove them. I think it would be ok to write up a thread on how that company performed. And then the users of the forum will have something to go by, and they can go there if they want to. Am I making any sense??
Like a product review section... pros, cons, and an overall opinion of the company and/or product.