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Tesla mode 3 back window size

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On 1/9/2020 at 5:40 PM, DynamicATL said:

 

No direct shots of the rear window.  Any regular dyed film like Llumar CTX in the photos above or Suntek Carbon is super easy.  You just need a 60" roll to cover the length of the window and you will shrink on the right/left side of the glass versus top/bottom.  It only gets harder when installing films like 3M Crystalline which just takes more time.  I do have a photo of the glass itself below.

 

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@DynamicATL did you cover the full rear screen or just up to where the glass is already tinted? we have had a look at one of the employees cars at tesla and he is giving just he car down on Thursday to have a attempt at it, Looking forward to the challenge.

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Just a FYI to all of you.  If any of your customers come back with a crack originating from the bottom near the middle area.  Tesla will normally replace the window under warranty.  It's a known issue with these cars.  Probably from the large window not being able to flex enough.

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15 hours ago, fusion said:

Just a FYI to all of you.  If any of your customers come back with a crack originating from the bottom near the middle area.  Tesla will normally replace the window under warranty.  It's a known issue with these cars.  Probably from the large window not being able to flex enough.

 

And the fact the glass is actually 2 pieces of thin glass sandwiched together...so the thinness is a problem.

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