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Flyeye headlight tint

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by hades-, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. hades-

    hades- Yorkshire & Humber Rep.
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    was going to remove it this week as i think it looks ****

    but had to remove prety quick on the M4 after a kind traffic officer gave me a nice fine and was going to place a probo on the car

    anyway 2 sec job to remove and a quick clean leaving no glue etc

    just a heads up for all of you useing fly
     
  2. s3dave

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    It says its road legal on their website? but your right it is rubbish, laminex is soo much nicer
     
  3. hades-

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    iv used lamin-x on 10+ cars and never had a problem

    first time iv used fly and the last

    i did tell the plod its road legal but not worth the mess about with them
     
  4. Ghost

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    Bez, did you take your car through a MOT with them on?

    I think it depends on how much % of tint, or more what traffic officer stops you. :unsure:

    What was the ticket, £30 /£60?


    Bad luck mate
     
  5. hades-

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    £60 not had MOT with fly on
    but always with lamin-x but than again i use family MOT place

    he didnt even do me for no front plate only the fly.
     

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