Whiteboy

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    Livingston, Texas
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  1. 6 hours to form and lay the film. I've had success in the past with roughly 30 tractor installs. I always ask the client to have any attached glass removed prior to the appointment but in my experience it's about 50/50 which means I've kept to a safe sequence for removing and re-attaching these heavy pieces. I always "break" loose each bolt no more than a quarter turn and start from the bottom which relieves any pressure from previous over-torquing and puts any weighted pressure to the top and the glass can be supported by hanging more natural as the glass will usually be at an angle. As long as pressure has been relieved from every bolt this should prevent breakage while removing hardware. this sequence was not followed and the result was the back glass exploded. Cost for a new replacement was a grand and delivered the unit the next day. The client felt he may have over-torqued the hardware as he just had the glass out days prior. Either way, we didnt follow a known procedure. Client was very satisfied with the installation. Any suggestions for methods to reduce glass breakage would be appreciated.
  2. Today did a 2016 Denali, 2016 Sportage, 2010 4 Runner, Full Install with windshield using Crystalline. Love the film. 3M is it again.
  3. Today did a 2016 Denali, 2016 Sportage, 2010 4 Runner, Full Install with windshield using Crystalline. Live the film. 3M is it again.