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tp83 06-02-2008 6:43 PM

Anyone have a recommendation for a window tint shop to get the windsheild of my boat tinted? Preferably Redwood City to Santa Clara area but if its a good shop i may travel a bit. Hopefully i can get this done before our trip out the 26th.

ponte_06_x2 06-02-2008 6:47 PM

i know santa rosa may be far but the tint shop named "a shade darker" does boats all the time and are good.

ponte_06_x2 06-02-2008 6:49 PM

here's the my space page. check them <a href="http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&amp;friendid =51334600" target="_blank">http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&amp;friendid =51334600</a>

soundbox 06-02-2008 10:42 PM

My discount for WWers applies if you are willing to make the drive to Sacramento. Just did a fellow WWers CLK convertible today! We had 3 boats dropped off today but not for tint. Do you have the one piece side windows? Let me know if I can help.

meathead65 06-03-2008 8:46 AM

Just saw this...see my thread above "A quick Thank You".... <BR> <BR>Ben's shop does great work.

tp83 06-03-2008 2:50 PM

thanks, i'll check those places out. Ben, how long does it take to apply a window tint? our trip we leave on the 26th but i could go by sac and add a couple hours to the trip.

soundbox 06-03-2008 9:09 PM

Tim (Meathead) - Thanks for the shout out. I think your wife's Mercedes looked pretty mean after the tint. <BR> <BR> <BR>Taylor - To confirm, your wind shield is like this? <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65921/586972.jpg" alt="Upload"> <BR> <BR>Since is is a one piece side window it is time consuming. I do not like to seam window film. We do it all in one piece. The best way for the Malibus is the take the wind shield off but it is not necessary. I would like to have the boat for a 3/4 to a full day to be safe. Our tinter might be able to get it done in 3 hours But I always like to have customers boats for the day. I would hate to delay your trip at all. Let me know if you want to spend a day in Sac (old sac, mall, movie....).

tp83 06-04-2008 2:23 PM

Ben, sounds pretty good i'll see what it would take to get the boat up there and if we can do it before out trip, so far we seem pretty tied up but i'll find out. and you have a PM

burbanized 06-04-2008 3:49 PM

Auto Image in Belmont 650-631-0559 <BR> <BR> <BR>Jeff is the tint master

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