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Not sure if this has been posted already, but here is a good video of what it takes to tint the front windshield and side windows of the CT.



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Windshield tint is illegal and easily noticeable if you get pulled over. Texas cops will not hesitate to ticket you. And who would want that in night driving. There are lots of dumb and unnecessary mods out there especially in the bubba truck market and we will see them trickle out on this forum
 


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Windshield tint is illegal and easily noticeable if you get pulled over. Texas cops will not hesitate to ticket you. And who would want that in night driving. There are lots of dumb and unnecessary mods out there especially in the bubba truck market and we will see them trickle out on this forum
You can always get the clear tint and it’s completely legal here in TX. All my vehicles have it.
 

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Windshield tint is illegal and easily noticeable if you get pulled over. Texas cops will not hesitate to ticket you. And who would want that in night driving. There are lots of dumb and unnecessary mods out there especially in the bubba truck market and we will see them trickle out on this forum
I haven’t owned a vehicle in well over a decade without 50% tint on the windshield and 20% on all the sides. Its not as dark as you think it is
 

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Many aren't aware of the infrared heat rejection of windshield tints even at small levels. Not really needed for where I am at, but when in Florida I have it on the 3.
 

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I haven’t owned a vehicle in well over a decade without 50% tint on the windshield and 20% on all the sides. Its not as dark as you think it is
On this subject, I trust a guy with “solar” right in his name
 


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One additional point that some considering this might care about is that ceramic films cause a bit of a rainbow effect through the windshield when wearing polarized lenses.
Unfortunately I don’t know whether the tilt of the windshield on the CT will reduce or magnify this effect.

it doesn’t bother me but seem people really dislike it
 
 




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