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Guest tint51
always found them to be kinda hard, usually A LOT of dirt in the older ones...cut on the outside, trim film on the inside at the top

k, sounds like a plan.. I've done with a com.cut templte before but they were still not that great..

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Guest Drummmer69

I cut the outer pieces on the outside of the truck a little bigger, trim on the inside w/o peeling liner, and cut the 2 inner pieces on the inside of p/u gives a much cleaner edge. good luck with the dirt!!! Scrub with a white scrubbie, scrub again...still getting dirt on ptowel, scrub again. Run your knife along the gaskets seperating them a little easier. when appling tint dont spray window, instead spray the hell outta the film.

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Guest tint51
I cut the outer pieces on the outside of the truck a little bigger, trim on the inside w/o peeling liner, and cut the 2 inner pieces on the inside of p/u gives a much cleaner edge. good luck with the dirt!!! Scrub with a white scrubbie, scrub again...still getting dirt on ptowel, scrub again. Run your knife along the gaskets seperating them a little easier. when appling tint dont spray window, instead spray the hell outta the film.

Great tips thanks a lot.. someday I will be this great....!

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Guest fredstinting
anyone have experience cutting templates for Ford Truck sliders.. 3 piece. 5%....Need any tips..

Should I trim the rubber in the inside after I Cutout the shape??

I ALWAYS CUT THE CENTER OF THE SLIDING FROM THE INSIDE AND AND THE 2 BIG TRIANGLE LOOKING WINDOWS FROM THE OUTSIDE AND CUT IT REAL TIGHT

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Guest Sunlimited
anyone have experience cutting templates for Ford Truck sliders.. 3 piece. 5%....Need any tips..

Should I trim the rubber in the inside after I Cutout the shape??

If it's a new one you can't trim the inside...Its all plastic instead of rubber :dunno

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Guest GreenCove
I cut the outer pieces on the outside of the truck a little bigger, trim on the inside w/o peeling liner, and cut the 2 inner pieces on the inside of p/u gives a much cleaner edge. good luck with the dirt!!! Scrub with a white scrubbie, scrub again...still getting dirt on ptowel, scrub again. Run your knife along the gaskets seperating them a little easier. when appling tint dont spray window, instead spray the hell outta the film.

:dunno

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Guest tint51
anyone have experience cutting templates for Ford Truck sliders.. 3 piece. 5%....Need any tips..

Should I trim the rubber in the inside after I Cutout the shape??

I ALWAYS CUT THE CENTER OF THE SLIDING FROM THE INSIDE AND AND THE 2 BIG TRIANGLE LOOKING WINDOWS FROM THE OUTSIDE AND CUT IT REAL TIGHT

I was thinking that would work that way to cut first.. Thanks.

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Guest tint51
anyone have experience cutting templates for Ford Truck sliders.. 3 piece. 5%....Need any tips..

Should I trim the rubber in the inside after I Cutout the shape??

I ALWAYS CUT THE CENTER OF THE SLIDING FROM THE INSIDE AND AND THE 2 BIG TRIANGLE LOOKING WINDOWS FROM THE OUTSIDE AND CUT IT REAL TIGHT

I was thinking that would work that way to cut first.. Thanks.

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