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Just look in the phone book under window tinting, there should be plenty of places. Most of the newer truck have it already.
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The window film is cheap. The technique is the key. Do it wrong and you will wish you hadn't! You need to float the film then squeegee out the air bubbles without distrubing the film. Read up on a good manual before application.
 

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I did it to my RRC the thing to watch for is the filaments in the rear window! DO NOT nick them or you will loose the rear defrost for that row....check it out and you will see....for RRC guys you need to also watch the radio antennae on the rear side windows.
 

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Tinting is hard. I'd honestly rather rebuild a diff than tint a car. It requires a very clean sterile location which limits airborn particles and is made more difficult if you do not know the tricks like using a banana instead of a squeegee, etc... I've had two discos tinted. One had limo tint (5%) minus the front windows (illegal in colorado) for $165. Also had a 27% tint put on all windows for $195. Both were done by a top tinter. I hope the numbers help. Also ask the tinter for his strategy on the curving rear roof glass panels. The reason I say this is that this window has a compound curve and has to be done with two pieces. If he is good, you will not even see a seam.
 
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