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Affordable Auto Tinting In Scarborough?

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Affordable Auto Tinting In Scarborough?

Can I just get some recommendations from people of places in Scarborough that do a really good job at tinting car windows at a good price?I've looked around this forum and have already seen AutoLinks & Audio Heaven as two of the most popular ones but other than those.
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not sure if you've already seen this link and GB...but if you already have, then ignore this post.

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maybe that thread will get you a good price? not sure.
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Auto links is the only place I can recommend. You get what you pay for
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what's the difference between pinnacle and classic series tinting at auto links?
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tricky2k wrote:
Jan 19th, 2013 10:23 pm
what's the difference between pinnacle and classic series tinting at auto links?
One is ceramic (better) and the other is dyed.
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what about the colors? i don't want a tint that's blue or purple.
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tricky2k wrote:
Jan 19th, 2013 11:33 pm
what about the colors? i don't want a tint that's blue or purple.
Why don't you call autolinks and ask your questions/concerns...tell them what you want...they'll tell you what it costs.
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001Stunna wrote:
Jan 19th, 2013 11:41 pm
Why don't you call autolinks and ask your questions/concerns...tell them what you want...they'll tell you what it costs.
uh... because i first want to discuss it with people who don't work for auto links?
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Flyer wrote:
Jan 20th, 2013 1:22 am
http://bit.ly/WPeiyu
that actually links me to another post on rfd that asks the same question and is never answered. rest of the suggestions are unrelated.

also, question has already been answered. scroll up plz.
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Get the Formula One Pinnacle.

Any dyed tint has the potential to turn purple if you don't take care of it properly.
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shutterbug wrote:
Jan 19th, 2013 11:28 pm
One is ceramic (better) and the other is dyed.
+1...the pinnacle is the ceramic and the classic is dyed

both have warranties though, maybe different length term
tricky2k wrote:
Jan 19th, 2013 11:33 pm
what about the colors? i don't want a tint that's blue or purple.
both are black.

they used to have one colour to match MB factory tint which was purple or blue...i forget ATM.

also got airblue tint, but it isn't blue. it goes on the windshield and reduces heat entry into the car since. not sure about the specifics about this product, but call them and inquire about it. it's meant for people who want heat rejection but don't want the "look" of tinted windows.

hope that helps.
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boredstudent3 wrote:
Jan 20th, 2013 3:49 pm
....but call them and inquire about it. it's meant for people who want heat rejection but don't want the "look" of tinted windows....
You must be crazy to instruct tricky2k to call the shop that installs the product and has been using it for many many years on customers cars. He/She cannot pick up the phone and use their social skills to hold a conversation via the telephone. Prepare for tricky2k to answer with...
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Jan 20th, 2013 12:24 am
uh... because i first want to discuss it with people who don't work for auto links?
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dang 001stunna, y u so witty???
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Jan 20th, 2013 3:49 pm
also got airblue tint, but it isn't blue. it goes on the windshield and reduces heat entry into the car since. not sure about the specifics about this product, but call them and inquire about it. it's meant for people who want heat rejection but don't want the "look" of tinted windows.
i don't need anything on the front, but airblue on the sides would be good. i'd much rather see it in person though, so i'll pay them a visit tomorrow.
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tricky2k wrote:
Jan 20th, 2013 5:00 pm
dang 001stunna, y u so witty???.
People who expect to be spoon-fed make me lulz. The years of playing the helicopter, airplane or choo-choo train game when being spoon-fed are long gone. It is even more amazing especially when the same people refuse to pick up the phone or go visit the place that DOES the work year round. Its one thing when the shop doesn't like answering questions...but Autolinks usually will answer all questions customers have prior to any work done.

I'll be nice though and still help out since you've shown you're not that bright....they're closed monday/tuesday. If you had bothered to check their website you would've seen this along with much info on their tint films etc.
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