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Rick Tallman

How I tint a 94 Vette in one piece

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Heat where the stretch is not...that's the key..just like vinyl. This is an eazy backglass.

Iv done 4-5..no issues

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That was cool Rick and thanks for sharing.  I have done only a few of the C4's & luckily in 1 piece.  I wet tack the bottom half tight to the glass & snap only the top, side corner and has worked out with out any issues, but I will be using the relief cut method on my next one. 

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This technique worked for me. We normally did these in three pieces and nailed it on the first try. Thanks for the great video and explanation. Very helpful!

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6 hours ago, Ridler said:

This technique worked for me. We normally did these in three pieces and nailed it on the first try. Thanks for the great video and explanation. Very helpful!

is it a pain to remove the two hydraulic arms?

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It's not a pain but having two people is best. The glass on these is heavy and there's really no place to put a prop rod that I felt comfortable putting anywhere. The car we did only had 60K on it so it was in really good shape and spent it's life in a garage so it was clean and didn't have the normal dry rot you see. So taking out the latch and arms wasn't a problem for us.

 

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30 seconds into the video and I just wanted to rip the film off and slam dunk it in the trash! I would never see enough of these to learn them...same with Beetle. Tight work though!!

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