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Eldorado556
05-03-2011, 02:12 PM
Just stopped by the Clear Choice tint shop in Boulder and they Quoted me $500 to tint my 60. They claimed it was difficult due to the edges being "glass to gasket". This place does a lot of high end work. I'm not looking for show car quality like they would try to achieve. $250 sounds more like my budget.

L43dean
05-03-2011, 02:26 PM
Check out B&t bedliners in our "vendor marketplace" thread. Good guys! They hosted our club wheel bearing packing party this year.

pmccumber
05-03-2011, 02:30 PM
I highly recommend the place I had my Lexus SC300 tinted. It was $140 and it is a pretty difficult car to tint. Not as much material but far more technical. This guy came pretty highly recommended to me too. It has been on for a year now and is still perfect.

He is on 2nd Avenue, just West of Main. He's right next to Main Street Tatoo.

His number is: 720.3817558

Paul

RicardoJM
05-03-2011, 03:35 PM
I understand you are up north, but I would second the recommendation for B&T. BailyFJ40 had the windows done on his wife's Tacoma and it looks great.

Eldorado556
05-03-2011, 03:51 PM
I understand you are up north, but I would second the recommendation for B&T. BailyFJ40 had the windows done on his wife's Tacoma and it looks great.

Do they do Line-X bedliners?

I also got a quote of $275 from another shop for getting my valance and hood sprayed. Maybe one shop could do it all.

RicardoJM
05-03-2011, 05:04 PM
Yes, they do bed lining. Give Kevin a call and discuss your needs with him. The shop can definately do both.

Eldorado556
05-03-2011, 06:30 PM
Called and talked to Kevin. He estimated tint at around $190-250. :cheers:

He can also do the bedliner on the hood for the price of a tailgate.

The work I'm still considering is having my valance sprayed with color to match the original paint. A bit more $$$ but spraying it black would be too much black I think.