I know that any good tint shop can match your tint perfectly, my Titan has no different whatsoever when comparing the front and backIf I had my "druthers", smoked glass would be my choice, too. Matches better, no scratching, no cleaning worries, will last longer..
Long list of why it would be far superior.
exporting a titan to a country where you cant have aftermarket tint on the front windows.. well you can but its a hassle and you are gambling with registration suspension. so factory produced glass is the only way around this.If I can ask, why smoked instead of film?
read the thread title and dont let comprehension kick you on the way out. also you dont have to argue about things you dont know, why do you keep doing it? unless you know how the law reads in the jurisdiction the truck is going to, you are moot and irrelevant. thanks for playing the offtopic game.Is this an argument? I think not.
Your choice of words was poor. Non film tinted would have been much better than factory produced glass
try comprehending your own words, which clearly imply that any aftermarket tint, which would include specialty tinted windows is not allowed.exporting a titan to a country where you cant have aftermarket tint on the front windows.. so factory produced glass is the only way around this.
Well supplies for antique cars make what is needed, however they cannot make the curves needed to match the OEM window. But they can cut straight glass and tint to order. I found that much.I'd love to hear if anything comes of this too! I really don't want to deal with film, but I'd imagine it'd cost a pretty penny to do.. Subscribed though good luck on the search man!