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About dbdreams

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    Xtreme Glass Tinting

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    Since 1969
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    Xtreme full-time since 1995
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    Motorcycles, ATVs, Rock Climbing, Hunting, Trucks & Cars especially Ferrari and most importantly Family
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    Birmingham, AL USA
  • Country
    United States

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  2. I would really like to see a test on the factory tinted windows on GM trucks and SUVs. Factory tint on these vehicles, to me, doesn't seem do that much as far as heat rejection.
  3. Y I use this exact one all the time especially for just a quick light and the magnetic end comes in handy. For rear windows I use the Niroll tintlight.
  4. I have two that you can daisy chain together and it works like a charm. It is probably the best new products for tinting that I have seen.
  5. Wow, I did not realize that. I was under the impression that factory glass offered nowhere near the benefits of what we had to offer.
  6. Can anyone direct me to a well written article explaining the benefits of tinting over factory tint on trucks, SUVs and vans?
  7. I use Black Pearl HP and have been since they started making it an I have not had anything bad at all. Never one car returned. Just started using Black Pearl Nano Ceramic IR and so far I love it as well. I can't honestly speak to it's longevity because it hasn't be out that long but so far so good. The Black Pearl NR is a lower line but if you stick with Black Pearl HP you should be OK. As far as Black Pearl Nano Ceramic IR, like I said so far so good, I guess only time will tell.
  8. How is the rear window on the 20188 Q5? Does the rear spoiler on top interfere with shrinking the back glass?
  9. Any issues to watch out for on this one? I have one coming tomorrow as well
  10. So Becky what was the verdict? Did the guys have a hard time or was it easy? I have a 2015 911 Turbo S coming tomorrow so I was wondering what I need to look out for
  11. It's not required here in Alabama but I have often thought about doing it anyway. The way I see it if it's not too costly it would just be another feather in your hat
  12. US Steel and the coal mines about to get rolling again the next thing railroads and truckers, home builders and car manufacturers. Everybody is going to be working so the next thing you know it trickles down to us. People working, making money tend to buy cars, trucks & homes and people who buy cars, trucks & homes tend to get them tinted! I'm ready!
  13. Same old same old brother! Hasn't quite kicked in like I want it to for me yet.
  14. I guess I'm just a backwards redneck from Alabama but when I do work for dealerships I get paid on completion of the car. If they don't want to do it that way then they are free to go elsewhere. Allowing a 30, 60, 90 day net just creates more work for yourself keeping up with who has paid, who hasn't and what not. If I wait to get paid I feel like I'm in the finance business not the tint business.
  15. At $60 a roll for 60" that's like 12 cents a square foot