35% is the max for front two windows in Missouri - other windows can be as dark 
as you want.
  
  1. will it interfere with the rear defrost? (good shop is doing the work)
  2. I'm thinking 35% in front and ...not sure the rest. I want it dark, but I 
want to be able to see out too...50%, 60%?...
  
  any suggestions  greatly appreciated! 
  


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Now I'm curious, what's the R/E list?

I doubt that I can beat the "speediest boot" record referenced below but
maybe I can match it.

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Loren Faeth wrote:
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> I may be one of the few people who never got booted off the R/E list.

I applied in 2002 and got absolutely no response. I don't know if
that means I set a record for the speediest boot or was never booted.

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