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Found this Vid on Youtube, hope it helps someone as it did for me today!

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you needed that video to take the panel off?

I never pull panels, and I hate German car's. And I had never pulled the front panels on this car before, so I jumped on Youtube and foud the video just to get a better idea on how to do it. And Thank's for your criticism, iv'e been tinting for less then two years part time. Like I said, I'm sure this video will helps someone down the road. Maybe if you go back 8 years, you will remember your first few cars that gave you headache :)

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I'm not not bitter nor sarcastic, but only jealous when I say this: it must TRULY be nice to have a cool invention called the Internet when learning to tint compared to the old days of scratching your head and trying to figure it out without aid. Greatly cuts down on the learning curve for sure. :lol

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I'm not not bitter nor sarcastic, but only jealous when I say this: it must TRULY be nice to have a cool invention called the Internet when learning to tint compared to the old days of scratching your head and trying to figure it out without aid. Greatly cuts down on the learning curve for sure.

Yes it does! Prolly couldn't tint with tintdude :lol

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Forgive me for stating the obvious but if that is considered "cheating" should we not just shut down Tintdude, not learn anything and stay in our shops and share nothing any longer ? Are watching any video on tinting posted here cheating ...a snapshot of a technique ? Just curious

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Forgive me for stating the obvious but if that is considered "cheating" should we not just shut down Tintdude, not learn anything and stay in our shops and share nothing any longer ? Are watching any video on tinting posted here cheating ...a snapshot of a technique ? Just curious

Yes

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