Privacy is a must when cruising in your ride. With your music loud, your truck low, and knowing you can see the outside but they can't see in; it's a great feeling. Window tint adds a certain mystique to your truck, because people are always guessing. The great thing about tint is it protects your dash, seats, and audio from harmful UV rays, while also keeping the interior cooler during the summer. Tint has come a long way since the day of just getting "limo" and being done with things.
Now, you can add colored flames, graphics, or even text to your windows. However, much harsher tint laws have truck owners thinking about what film goes on their prized windows, and if it will be worth the price of a ticket.
When it came time to add some privacy to our Project Sinatra F-150, we drove straight to Xtreme Tint in Whittier, California, where Erick Ramirez has been designing and applying graphics to perfectly match trucks for years. We gave him a suggestion and he ran with it. Check out the story to see how your truck can have good looks and added privacy, then give Erick a call to setup an appointment.
After arriving at Xtreme Tint in Whittier, California, the old, cracked, and peeling tint
Because the tint had been on the truck for more than 5 years, much of it was literally stu
With the windows free of old film, the glass was cleaned and the new 3M 5-percent tint was