Hmmmm... that's good advice if all (or most) of your windows get broken out I think I would put the money into sliders, or a skid plate... or both. But hey... if they're that bothersome, sure.Buy 2004-2007 windows for the rear, they're black and not brown with the reflective hint to it. If you just darken the back ones they will be just as reflective, just darker.
I learned to live with the mis-match over 5 years ago. It is the only way to fix the problem though, since they do not make a tint film that mimics the mirror like reflection of the 98-03 windows.Hmmmm... that's good advice if all (or most) of your windows get broken out I think I would put the money into sliders, or a skid plate... or both. But hey... if they're that bothersome, sure.
Of course you could always strip the tint off the front windows if it's going to be a while before you have all your rear windows broken out.
That was soooo long ago.......I think I just did a brown color to match the color of the factory tint. I believe the law in Texas was no reflective on the front and at my age then, I didn't push things. I didn't need anything extra for the cops to pull me over.CruisrrDug- did you get a mirror tint on the front afterwards?
I know Exiled did his hood with a black insert... I just don't know about having the center piece blacked out on a silver 100( I'm saying this with black rims, rear vents, grill, emblems, and other things....) might take it overboard. Especially on a all stock truck. I trying to plan out a trip to see slee in the first of summer and get some work done. Maybe a lift and sliders. I don't know which I want first. The lift is a definate. I just have to debate a combo bar vs. sliders... Then I'll do some paint work.Paint the center of your hood black. Looks cool and is actually functional. Did it on my white 80 and loved it.