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Old 02-17-2011, 11:08 AM   #1  
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Default Cleanest way to smoke out head/tail-lights?

Hey! I'm looking for a cleaner way to smoke out/tint my head and tail lights. Thus far i have added regular tinting foil by myself, but i dont like the look of it too much. It's like a yellowish tint when the sun hits it, in addition, the heat from the lights has melted it on a bit, making it look bad on the front. Is there another solution? I have seen tints that looked very clean before and wonder how they did it.
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