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#11 MaxxedOutTint

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  August 27 2016 - 04:49 PM

Hell you can barely even see out the damn thing. I pulled one into my garage and that's all I wanted of it.


Pulling in is the easy part! Backing out is a different story, I just can't seem to really trust the back up camera so my head was spinning in circles
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#12 Bham

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  October 19 2016 - 08:35 AM

They don't make a tool long enough to reach the bottom of the new 2017 Camaro backglass.  

 

It is extremely tight.  Even the bulldozer flat or automotive doesn't do much good.  HUGE PAIN IN THE A$$  :wall  

 

I would suggest ordering a red and a yellow turbo in the 18" length and don't cut it except at the end to make a point.  Leave it at 18".  This is what I will do on the next one.

 

What a headache  headache smiley.gif


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#13 jh812

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  October 19 2016 - 08:38 AM

Bham try looking at an office supply store for the long clip boards. I haven't had chance to try it yet but heard it works well.
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  October 19 2016 - 11:36 AM

Noted  :thanks  


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#15 drtint

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  October 20 2016 - 03:51 AM

I cut the handle off a new bulldozer, laid it on top of a worn out one, just below center (gave me 4 extra inches) I drilled four holes and riveted them together. Gave me the reac and a bit more power on the squeegee blade. Reason I did this to begin with was because I was a couple inches short on reach when doing yacht windshields which required a bit of pressure to get the water out.
Yacht owners are picky bastards.
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#16 tintcartel

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  October 21 2016 - 09:54 AM

done a couple of these , im a small guy so didnt have much trouble but i do feel for the bigger guys that have to get in the back.


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#17 Jake

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  December 04 2016 - 01:11 PM

I did my first one Friday. I was ready for a fight on the back glass. Planned to build tools for the bottom. But it went well. The titan got all the water out pretty well. It is a stretch. But it was all about how I held it and the angle to get the pressure on on the glass. Also I tried the reverse roll from the bottom up like someone on here mentioned for a new mustang. Worked like a champ. I plan to try it on other cars that are hard to get in. My knees need all the help they can these days
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#18 no ma'am

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  December 04 2016 - 02:10 PM

Good stuff there! I'll give it a try
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