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One is obviously more than the other, we don't think either is ideal but the one that is worse really seems unreasonable.  You can't see the gap when the windows are rolled up but the tint is so dark that when the windows are rolled down a little, it seems very obvious.  Thank you for the input!

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 Not great but it could happen. What is great is that the shop is making it right and not damaging the the industry by ignoring the raised issue. Any good installer that has the opportunity to hire help because of a good reputation has had to deal with the pain of oversight. 

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