Window delema

Window delema

Postby evil_motors [OP] » July 25th 2009, 1:53pm

I need some suggestions on what to do to my rear windows all 5 of them on my safari. I have a few ideas but i want to know what others have done and what would be the best for my situation. i want to darken them out or do something to them so that people cant see all my tools in the back. Here are the ideas i had so far.

1. Dark Limo tint
2. Black paint from the inside (would make them so you cant see thru at all)
3. combo of that stuff and some safety fence or something welded or bolted on from the inside so if someone does break one of the windows they still wont be able to get in.
4. Plywood over the windows like someone on the forum has done.

Now keep in mind i am using the van for a mobile mechanic service and it will have an expensive alarm and starter kill and a partition separating front and back. Also i dont really care about reversing anything because i plan on keeping the van for a very very long time. So let me hear some ideas and maybe some pictures of what you got. I really should have bought a cargo van but i couldnt find them in this year style and in black.. so thats why i bought the van i have.

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Re: Window delema

Postby SIGHTS AND SOUNDS » July 25th 2009, 5:44pm

if you are just lookin for advise or suggestions, i would reccomend super dark tint with plywood behind it. i wouldn't reccomend painting them just in case you change your mind later on down the road.
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Re: Window delema

Postby astro355 » July 25th 2009, 7:22pm

Refer to pic in my signature, that's limo tint on all 6 of my rear windows.
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Re: Window delema

Postby ghostrider1061 » July 25th 2009, 10:32pm

i would go with a limo tint and put some type of protective wiring in the windows just in case some body broke in. you may run across another van and want to make this one a camper or conversion . just don't close any doors as to the mods that you mite want to do down the road. :twisted: :rockon:
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Re: Window delema

Postby evil_motors [OP] » July 26th 2009, 2:07am

Well this is a work van/take to car shows and promote my business van. So i want it to look halfway decent. only thing i am wondering is wether it will be better to do the tint and plywood or the tint and wires because i dont know if i want to be able to see out them at all.. I wonder if i should get them tinted or do it myself. i am not sure if they will tint as dark as i want around here or not. So next step then i guess is to either find somekind of metal netting or some plywood. but keep shouting suggestions at me and i will see what sounds good.
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Re: Window delema

Postby interestingfellow » August 3rd 2009, 3:10am

You can try spray on tint, and just keep on layering it on... if not, I would suggest maybe purchasing some... ehm.... really dark tint online, maybe from a state with lesser regulation, and then asking around to see if you know, or if your friends know, any techs that work a tint shack, to do it on the side..... just a thought.
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Re: Window delema

Postby h2omelon » August 3rd 2009, 4:57am

If you paint them with black spray paint on the inside it is easily reversed.The paint will come off easily witha razor blade.If you tint them and ever want to reverse it it will take a lot longer to get the glue off than the paint.Plus the paint will be completely blacked out.I have been in the car audio business for 15 years and everytime we did a wall in a suv or van we would paint them. It's a lot cheaper and easier to do and also is a lot easier to remove.
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Re: Window delema

Postby raycer » August 3rd 2009, 7:03pm

Spray them black from the inside. Then plywood to protect them from any tools banging on them and from intruders. Add black wheels and... :driving:
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Re: Window delema

Postby webcat » August 3rd 2009, 9:10pm

check out G Mc van
in my opinion hes got the best setup, it looks like it would probally be more work but it sure turned out nice and you would'nt have to worry about your window getting broke out
G Mc tells us how he did it
"For the side windows i just bonded the windows in the openings, bonded sheet aluminum on the insides and covered the outside in silver vinyl, not an exact match but it'll do till i get her through our "commercial vehicle " test....cant have windows,seats or seat-belt anchorages in the back...before you ask "why didnt you just buy a cargo"?.......not an option over here, in fact theres only one other Astro that i know of in the country ,and she's an early model camper..."
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Re: Window delema

Postby webcat » August 3rd 2009, 9:22pm

Mines 1/4" plywood with upolstery over it , really easy to make with just a jigsaw and a stapler
I really like the way it turned out and i can remove them real easy altough i would prefer to not have any windows at all!
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Re: Window delema

Postby $uperJoe » August 3rd 2009, 10:03pm

for your intent i would use flat spray paint on the inside of the window. 2 reasons. flat is usually cheapest and also flat is usually pours. get the cheapest kind you can find. it will have the least bonding agents in it. this is important only when removing it. from the outside it will just be super glossy black(or whatever color you choose). from the inside it will be easily removed with a towel and some brake clean. when it hits dried spray paint it melts off. no harm is done to the glass at all. make sure its well vented though. talk about dizzy in a hurry. woohoo!! then put your media inside to protect against thieves. i would use sheet aluminum and rivit it to the inside frameto give that added appearance of security. probably anyone that has a notion to steal out the back by breaking a window has seen whats inside before. thats a fairly noisy notion to a low level theif that is just looking for a quick buck, especially when the car next to it may have the door unlocked anyway.

here is a pic of my back window in my blazer with a wall in the back
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the garage light is on and you cant see it at all. also i ran out of flat and finished with gloss. you cant tell at all from the outside. just make sure the windows are clean of everything including fingetprints or they will be there forever, or at least till you take the paint off
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Re: Window delema

Postby evil_motors [OP] » August 4th 2009, 2:12am

great idead guys i think i swill do the spray paint. Also webcat what holds your plywood in? how do you have it attached to the van. Remember i dont have interior pannels.
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Re: Window delema

Postby webcat » August 4th 2009, 4:00am

evil_motors wrote:great idead guys i think i swill do the spray paint. Also webcat what holds your plywood in? how do you have it attached to the van. Remember i dont have interior pannels.


If you dont have interior panels you would probally have to put L brackets or something for the ply wood to sit behind , really you could use just about anything like take a strip of wood and mount a strip of wood to your van and then the plywood could sit behind that and then just hold the top with a clip if it needs it

most of mine dont use any thing at all to hold them in except my trim , when you push them in my astro trim moves just a little and then after there in all the way the trim flexes back into place preventing them from coming out , if i want them out i just press the trim in and it releases , a couple of them dont stay in by themselves so i added little clips at the top

To figure out what size to cut the 1/4" plywood i took card board from a case of beer or pop and lay a big peice on your window and then keep duct taping small peices of cardboard over the window until you have a template , then lay the template on your plywood and draw around it and then just cut your plywood
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Re: Window delema

Postby webcat » August 4th 2009, 4:01am

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Re: Window delema

Postby evil_motors [OP] » August 4th 2009, 4:21am

thanks for the pics. i guess i have alot of options for mounting since i dont have an interior anymore. so that is awesome. now i just need to get some wood.
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Re: Window delema

Postby webcat » August 4th 2009, 4:29am

Do you have tinted windows at all ?
On mine i have the factory tint and then i have my 1/4" plywood upolstered with cheap black fabric on the outside and really nice grey suede on the inside
with my factory tint you cant tell the ply wood is in there

I was thinking if you dont have tint you could paint a buissness sign on the plywood for your mobile mechanic service
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Re: Window delema

Postby evil_motors [OP] » August 4th 2009, 3:27pm

they have a slight tint to them but i have a huge vinal lettering set to go on the outside of the van when i am done with everything. But that is a good idea. Thanks.
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Re: Window delema

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Re: Window delema

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Re: Window delema

Postby evil_motors [OP] » August 13th 2009, 12:57am

very nice.. thanks for the pics.
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