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Hey guys just wondering if anyone has tinted there challenger fog lights and if so what you used. I attempted it with some left over luxe tint I had from doing my headlights markers and tail lights. It did not work because of the dome lens. I also took it to a tint shop they were unable to do it as well. I'm surprised no one has made a plastic tinted Dome cap that could be stuck on yet. Or maybe they do have something like that but I just can't find it. So I thought I'd ask you guys for any suggestions.
 

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I used Rustoleum lens tint.

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This looks great, how much did this cost and was it simple to install?
I believe that one is a spray on tint paint. I thought about going that route but would rather have it be removable.

It does look great though
 

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I believe that one is a spray on tint paint. I thought about going that route but would rather have it be removable.

It does look great though
Correct. Thanks!
 

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Yes, the pre 2015 are flat-ish exposed lights. They make hard caps for them that are likely easy to install and remove. The 2015+ are a sharp dome, and when mounted, recessed in the hole making them hard to tint

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After installing LED headlamps, Idid not like my yellowish fog lights. So instead of putting out another $150 for matching fogs I decided to buy amber bulbs on Amazon (LEDs). Looks pretty retro but I don't have the focus of a projector beam. Love the look!
 
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