LLumar ATC20 on fronts only to match back. Got it done for free since I used to work for LLumar for the past 4 years. No need for ceramic or IR film since the windows are down and the Sunrider is open all the time.
Good to know. I'm in Boca and will check them out when mine comes in mid-sept. Our rigs will be almost twins. Mine will be getting satin black AEV Borahs. Have the 4xe coming, so I have the fender extensions already sitting on the workbench. The parts are piling up.3M Crystalline tint job done today. Very pleased with the results. Hi-Line Styling in Pembroke Pines, FL. I used these guys 8 years ago on a BMW with 3m crystalline 50% and have been very pleased with the heat rejection in the hot Florida Sun without going the very dark look. Equally pleased coming out today with tint levels below. Amazing heat rejection of this stuff at much less darkness. I prefer a less dark look, plus it helps with seeing my Jeep wave out the sides.
3M crystalline 40% (CR40) front two windows. 3M crystalline 70% (CR70) all back sides and back. The cr70 hardly darkened the factory privacy glass at all. As most know, factory privacy glass offers no (little?) heat mitigation. For those looking to match a little closer, I could have gone to their cr20 (20%) on the front two as it wasn't really that much darker than CR40 on a vehicle I saw with it. I did not do anything on the windshield although some like to do cr70 or cr90 there. I dabbled with crystalline CR50 or CR60 over the factory privacy glass in the rear, but it measured out at dropping the VLT to 12% or 15% respectively. So I went with CR70, which we estimateed probably dropped the ~25% privacy glass to about 20%.
Already, when just driving home now from being tinted, high noon, I ran my AC at fan speed 2 and I've been running it at Max pretty much every midday for the last 2 months.
Highly recommend the owner Wayne, and Chino and the guys, at Hi-Line Styling for tint if you're in So. FL. And I highly recommend 3M Crystalline.
After: (around 12:30am)
Before: (6:15pm with sun facing windshield)
Another after: (6:00pm with sun facing windshield, same spot as "before")
# Would you please get a picture and post of inside rear seats looking out? Thinking of doing 30% tint in rear but don’t want it to hard to see out for backseat passengers on rod trips. Thanks.
20% on the front 2 matched up pretty well. Not sure what kind of tint they used though.
The set up is by Maximus3. SUPER solid but bit of a pain to install but well worth it