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Old 11-16-2007, 11:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Mark in Baltimore View Post
Unless, of course, you've tinted the rear window and then you'll go through the joy of using a razor blade to scrape out the tint that exists between the defroster grid. Or, you'll have to just scrape off the defroster grid.
You don't even need a razor blade. A trash bag and some simple green...
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Old 11-17-2007, 01:26 PM
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I think it depends on the region and enforcement of the scruts. I had tint on my 914 initially (when it was a daily driver), and i pulled off the rear window tint, but left it on on the side windows and the little wing windows. The side windows are down when on the track anyway, and no one has ever commented on the wing windows. Its like 15% too. 914 windows are mostly flat though, so easy to tint and untint. I think its easier for them to just say no aftermarket tint, then put in a % and try to measure it. There is enough hassles and specifics the scruts have to go through that actually are safety hazards.

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