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00-06 Ford Crew Cabs, Rear Slider Issue


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I've tinted quite a few of the ford crew's with the slider. However, I have never gotten around leaving small lightgaps around the corner edges of the left and right windows. I cant trim the grommets cuz the plastic is too hard, so I cut from the outside and make my final trims as I'm laying the film.

I ask because I had a customer specifically come in and asked for it to be done without this. I know, @#%al ass customer that wants perfection, but..., is this possible? Without Vinyl or opaquing, is there a trick to make this look better? does anyone else have this prob? I'm going to tell the customer he's out of luck, but just for my own knowlege, I just wanted to know if its possible or anyone has the same issue on these.

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heat the plastic up on the inside around the edge of the glass with your heatgun, once it's warm you can trim out the plastic an 1/8th inch or so. it gives you enough room to hide the film edge.

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heat the plastic up on the inside around the edge of the glass with your heatgun, once it's warm you can trim out the plastic an 1/8th inch or so. it gives you enough room to hide the film edge.

That there's a nice tip blade! :dunno Maybe I'll just throw out my blackout pen

:krazy . . . one of these days. :lol2

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heat the plastic up on the inside around the edge of the glass with your heatgun, once it's warm you can trim out the plastic an 1/8th inch or so. it gives you enough room to hide the film edge.

:rollin Galaxy Boy posted this awhile back...it works great

Another suggestion...tell him to trade in in on an 08 :lol2 Ford finally did something right :lol2

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