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How should you go about tinting a tractor?

Answer 1: Charge considerably more for these vehicles than you would a normal car. They are incredibly time-consuming and frustrating to tint.   Answer 2: Remove all of the glass before installation. It is well worth the extra time and effort and will actually save you time in the long run. You will also likely need to remove and take apart the handles and seals.   Answer 3: The windshields on tractors can be quite difficult to shrink, so take it slow and prep the surface effectively.   Answer 4: First, lay the factory edges from the side of the doors. Next, cut the excess film and pull it as you shrink.   Answer 5: You may want to avoid these jobs entirely, as most tinters agree that you can earn more money in less time by tinting normal vehicles instead. If you are going to do it, insist on pulling the glass. If the customer does not want you to pull the glass, then it might be a good idea to respectfully decline the job.   Answer 6: Remember that aesthetics are not as important for tractors as they are for normal vehicles. This means that you can get away with doing a less “perfect” job, as most farmers simply want to keep their cabin cool while working. They aren’t too concerned about their tractor looking nice. If you take a more lackadaisical approach, it is possible to tint tractors in a much shorter amount of time.  

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