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    How is your Windshield Strip cut?

    I'm bringing in my SWP 13 hatch for a tint job 35% front and 20% rear/back and am thinking about getting a windshield strip put on. I have searched here and NASIOC and found only a few shots actually showing the window strip decently. Anyone have pics of theirs without a huge glare?

    Most are 5%, but I have seen some that look more 20% too that I kind of like, what % is yours?

    Is yours cut evenly across the windshield or does it vary in width?

    Please post some pics, thank you.
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    5% strip


    this one is longer than most 5%


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    I just took this.. I bought tint and did it all myself. This is the natural angle you get from a straight cut of tint..

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    Same as BKeys' tint... Hides my V1 detector nicely.
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