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bigfug

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I would go ceramic if possible. I just got my truck done, rollups redone by same guy who did them originally in Norman, and 50% on windshield. Not sure if its cuz I am not used to it, or if its because of the clarity/quality vs ceramic, but I am getting slightly nauseous after driving it. Granted I've spent 15 minutes in it since having it done and feel like I am coming down with something, so that could be it to. I do love the reduced glare and can tell a difference in heat reduction. Headlights dont bother me as much, and its not dark enough to affect my visibility. Have 35% on the two front, so they look a hair darker now, but I'm too old for that blackout stuff anymore lol. From the inside, you almost cant tell the windshield is tinted at all.
 

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I went to Groupon and paid $170.00 for ceramic on all four windows and a strip across the top of the windshield. The job was done quickly and I was out the door in a little over an hour.
I don't know what is so special about ceramic but I went for it anyway.
 

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I went to Groupon and paid $170.00 for ceramic on all four windows and a strip across the top of the windshield. The job was done quickly and I was out the door in a little over an hour.
I don't know what is so special about ceramic but I went for it anyway.

Think Polarized sunglases vs non, or just cheap sunglasses. More clarity, and IR rejection, so more heat rejection. Its an infused film vs dyed.
 

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