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Experiences with ceramic tinted windshields?

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by Oldfart, Mar 30, 2020.

  1. MEATSWORD

    MEATSWORD Full Access Member

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    I ran 50% on mine HUGE improvement. And was still able to see out at night with no problem.
    I also had 15% all around
     
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    This is my-setup, all ceramic tint. Also added 80% on rear to match as closely to 15% front. Highly recommend this, i don't find it too dark and really helps with heat.

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  3. BillVickers

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    Tremendously helps with heat and glare. I only use 3M products though. Pretty expensive.
     
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    Absolutely recommend!! Have been tinting my windshields for the last 15 years and love it!!!
    Helps out a TON out here in the Sunshine Staye
     
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    I did 3M’s ceramic on my truck.
    90% on the front windshield, 35% all around and 20% on the sunroof. I can leave metal sunglasses on the center console with the sunshade open in 100+ Texas heat and there barely warm. On dark roads at night I do notice the windshield doesn’t let as much light in as before, but a flip of the switch and my extra lights help with that.
    From here on out I will be doing the windshield.

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