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Guest icefox

Hi guys. I have two questions

1. How in the world do you work around the antennae going THROUGH the rear windshield of the car??? The antennae is non removable!

2. On the lower portion of the rear windshield, it curves up and away towards the rear of the car? How do you deal with the windshield?

Any and all help would be appreciated! Each time I have shrunk the tint, it shrinks, and fits the window perfect, but when installed, I get bubbles in the bottom part, even though it shrinks to fit perfect.

Thanks

Icefox

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Guest solarspot

Where the heck are you from :evilgrin

Rear windshield?

Bubbles in the bottom part?

One year in the biz :lol6

Sorry but I've never done this specific car but if you shrink a BACK GLASS properly you should not have any or not very many fingers popping up. Try the dry shring method (Mdog)on this site. :lol6

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Guest jtm999

Hi guys. I have two questions

1. How in the world do you work around the antennae going THROUGH the rear windshield of the car??? The antennae is non removable!

Man if that cars similar to the Grand Prick you just cut around that antennae and your done.

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Guest jtm999
DO THEY STILL make the Bonneville? How about some pics? What brand of film are you using?

I think they still make them I picked one up from a dealer a while back for a remote start. the windows looked easy enough but I've never done that style Bonneville only the older piece of junk

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A Pro bodybuilder can easy bench press over 200lbs. Because he have been training for years and muscles well condition.

Is it likely to be the same for a person that started weight training for 1 year???? :beer

words to the wise :beer

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Hi guys. I have two questions

1. How in the world do you work around the antennae going THROUGH the rear windshield of the car??? The antennae is non removable!

2. On the lower portion of the rear windshield, it curves up and away towards the rear of the car? How do you deal with the windshield?

Any and all help would be appreciated! Each time I have shrunk the tint, it shrinks, and fits the window perfect, but when installed, I get bubbles in the bottom part, even though it shrinks to fit perfect.

Thanks

Icefox

On most rear windows that curve up towards the deck lid the lower portion of the film does not need shrinking, when applied in the inside it should kind of flip up and lay on the glass! :beer

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