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This is a discussion on Wagon vs. sedan tails within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So I'm doing a little research for some small projects I plan on doing over Thanksgiving break (I know, a ...

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    Wagon vs. sedan tails

    So I'm doing a little research for some small projects I plan on doing over Thanksgiving break (I know, a month away, but I got the itch) and was thinking about tinting my tails. I was looking into the Lamin-x tint, but they have no wagon specific option. Does anyone know how close the dimensions of the wagon and the sedan tails are? I know they are different part #'s, so I don't want to blow $50 only to find out they are slightly different in size.

    If they aren't close I will end up spraying them with VHT night shades, which I've heard will only last a year a so. Can anyone deny/confirm?
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    They aren't a slightly different size, they are a VERY different size. Sedan masks won't fit on your car.

    Laminx is hardly the only company who makes light tints.... Look into Headlight Armor.
    Last edited by brfatal; 10-12-2009 at 04:26 PM.

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    Appreciate it. I'll check them out.
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