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#1 rob@solartint

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  23 December 2005 - 12:40 PM

one of those days today!

struggled with the rear screen - have done it before but it took an age to do it today...

those bottom corners are a mare... seemed to crease with just looking at it!

thought it was gonna be a quick job, ended up on it all day...

swings and roundabouts I spose

:what

happy christmas all
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#2 Devil with bad attitude

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  13 January 2006 - 04:59 AM

G'day Wales,
I did my first one of them today and you can shove that rear screen up your clacker....I agree. :bingo
That bottom was like tinting a tennis ball.

I vow anyone to get that blighter to go down in one. :lol
Ended up invisibibly seaming it and even then it played up.

I did it in about 2.5 hours and pulled all the door trims....at least they were easy to get off and made the job of the sides so much better.

For the next one, don't ring me.....I'll ring you. :hmmm
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Edited by Devil with bad attitude, 13 January 2006 - 05:01 AM.

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#3 naughtydog

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  13 January 2006 - 11:17 AM

I have done a few of those in one piece - they are a challange...I tend to use a standard film on those, although it creases easier it shrinks better.

I think the trick is to have some of your side anchor into the clear glasss by about an inch or two, this pushes the fingers cental and helps the shrink. It's no use haveing a big side anchor - wont work!

My 2p

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