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Old 11-12-2011, 04:27 PM
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Window visors / rain guards

Looking into putting some on my 08 Limited (wife likes to crack the windows when raining)
Need advise. For those that have them, what style are you using ?
In-channel ones or the stick-ons?
Whats a good brand?
Pros / cons....?
I would like the sleekest, least noticable ones. My Expy is black and windows are tinted so hopefully they wont stand out too much


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Old 11-12-2011, 06:21 PM
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I put the in channel Weather Tech on my 2010 and really like the way they look. I did not like the kind that stick to the paint on the outside of the door. Both will do a good job. Also their sunroof wind deflector.

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George, thanks for the reply. Any issues with the windows closing fully with the in-channel visors ? Also is the "Weathertech" logo just a sticker on or is it inprinted in the visors? Not a big fan of logos unless I'm getting paid to advertise them.


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No issues at all with the window fully closing. They fit between the door frame and the window weatherstripping. Had to go look and it appears to be a raised logo hardly noticeable, by me anyway. Not sure if it can be removed or not.
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