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Rick Tallman

How I tint a 94 Vette in one piece

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i've been tinting about 30 years and thought i was pretty good

i have tinted my fair share of c4 vettes and always 3 pieced them-i no longer do them because i don't need that stress in my life

that was the most impressive rear window shrink i ever saw

i've heard of it being done but always thought it was BS

you are a master and i feel like the grasshopper

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2 hours ago, jconnors said:

i've been tinting about 30 years and thought i was pretty good

i have tinted my fair share of c4 vettes and always 3 pieced them-i no longer do them because i don't need that stress in my life

that was the most impressive rear window shrink i ever saw

i've heard of it being done but always thought it was BS

you are a master and i feel like the grasshopper

:clap

I really appreciate that bud! 🙂 it had been a while since I done one! 🙂 

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Fabulous work Rick! Although I've gotten close a few times never been able to close the deal on that back window in one piece. Making the splices and using them pull on the film is genius. I'll be adding that to my toolbox. Thanks for sharing

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On 11/10/2020 at 9:15 AM, Tintguy1980 said:

I found buying 60 inch film and running machine direction vertically, then shrinking on the side,was far easier than the typical.

I have always wondered if this would fare better than the normal horizontal attempt! Kind of like Model3’s are done. You should post a video sometime 👍

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