Stupid Guy 69:12:04 is my average Saturday night🍆👌
I wanna tripp: i would recommend editing the video so that your plate is not seen
TJ L: Looks great. I did my turn signal lights on my colorado and they turned out like crap.. There was some kind of debris on the lens it almost looked like glue from something I dont know I thought it was dirt on the inside of the lens.. I couldn't see it when I was cleaning them and it doesn't look too bad in the daylight, but at night, they look like crap.. Yours turned out awesome.. I might try acetone or stripper to redo mine. problem is there plastic not glass.. I might end up buying new lights they looks so bad lol
Alejandro Garcia: What's the formula to the paint can I get it premixed into in a can
Danilo Rubiera: If i want to get back as factory look??? I can do it??
Alex Deaton: Will I have to sand the taillights if they are brand new in the box?
mdj300: Great work. Thanks for sharing.
slavchik Nouchtaev: Great video, but in Texas this will fail Inspection ( any film/paint or any substance covering the lights ) Had mine done and to pass inspection had to get a pair from junk yard would swap them out before inspection everytime.
Brandon Tomalewski: don't be cheap buy the right part.never had any trouble with that.great job tho
Finalize777: at 4:30 dang is this a tail light removal video or how to smoke them out video?
eli huerta: What's the ratio to mix clear with paint
Robert Brady: My tinted tail lights were $71.00 his way wasn't worth the hassle. who has a spray booth.
Robert Brady: should have edited the movie. The first tail light you could have started the tinting process while the other lights were being removed without showing us. .
eddie beltran: i like how you used plastic adhesive for a stronger grip since most ppl just sand n one suggestion is instead of using soap to sand with the scuff you should use ''scuff stuff'' in my opinion its better but still yall did a good job
Cletus Spuckler: Smoking tail lights should be prohibited in every coutries , it made them less clear , epecially in foggy weather , i failed to have crashes due to over smoked tail lights .
Jange21: Not exactly DIY when most ppl don't have the equipment used in this video
Krome Illusion: THIS IS NOT SMOKING LIGHTS... THIS IS PAINTING LIGHTS.... THE PAINT WILL FADE AND SCRATCH OVER TIME "GIVE IT 1 YEAR" AFTER SOMEONE STARTS WASHING THE CAR AND WEATHER CONDITIONS. True smoking tail lights require you to disassemble the hole unit using heat to seperate the lens from the back unit. This process has been used for 60+ yrs an may go back farther. Once separated you tint (thin layer of smoked black spray) the inner lens of the exterior (red) lens. Then again there are safety issues involved. Old school, had to clarify the difference. Not only is this illegal in every state. And so is Smoking (old style) but they would have to prove that they where not painted due to everything is on the inside of the lens.
JAM G: what I have done to be able to remove the paint later on was just wash the lights then use a clear plasti dip 3 to 4 layers before using paint.