What kind of clear are you using over the VHT. I think I used acrylic, maybe enamel, not sure, whichever it was is all cracking and pealing. Want to redo them with the right stuff.Did the same to my truck with the tails and 3rd brake. Came out awesome. I much prefer the look to a recon light which i think are a bit cheesy. Make sure you sand between coats and shoot it with clear to finish it off otherwise the VHT will turn chalky.
yeah you dont ever want to go over 3 coats, otherwise stuff like that is gonna happenHopefully none of you will copy the duche bag I almost killed a couple weeks ago. Some pizza delivery boy in his old hatchback civic had his tail lights so darkly tinted that I didn't see his brake lights, or left turn signal (in the middle of the afternoon) until the nose of the bronco (at 65 mph) was within 20 feet of his rear bumper, as I was passing, and he started to turn into me. I'm sure I would've killed him if he didn't see me coming, and take serous evasive action as the bumper was pretty even with his head through the window. The tint works great, and looks nice on a lot of rigs, but there's a wrong way to do it.
This is the process I used to do my side markers on my Trans Am. One of the members over on LS1Tech did this write up. Keep in mind all this is for a Trans Am so amount needed may be different for the truck.Can someone make a pretty detailed right-up on each step it takes to tint your tail lights/3brake light yourself?I really want to tint mine but dont want to screw up.