07-30-2014, 08:29 AM
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Lowville, NY
What I Drive: 2002 SVT, 2004 Sport Trac
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Two light coats of VHT followed by a couple coats of clear coat. Finished off with some wet sanding and polishing. I also taped off the reverse lights so they wouldn't get tinted. When done lightly (not full on black out), tinting has no noticeable effect on light output and police will have no reason or even ability to determine if your lights have been tinted.
On these taillights, I used clear coat mixed myself with a little black paint. Probably did about 5 coats but a lot would depend on how dark you want it and how much black paint is mixed in. BTW These are Euro taillight so they have the red top and orange bottoms; no clear lens.
Originally Posted by nanuk
just a thought.... could you pop them off, and using say, some fine sandpaper, put a glaze on the inside so they are "dulled" a bit, not so sharply bright?
you'd have plausable deniability
Unlike the headlights which can be separated fairly easily, the taillight lenses are glued to the housings and come apart very hard. I've separated a set of hatch taillights and ended up with a couple cracks in the lenses.
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