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Old 12-06-2019, 07:41 PM #1
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In-Channel Vent Visors that Donít Suck?

Hey everyone, Iíve got a set of in-channel vent visors on my 2010 SR5 and theyíre pretty awful! They look nice and all, but the one on the driverís window has just fallen out twice now and cracked bits off of it (was still able to stick it back in though). I also have problems with rolling the windows up sometimes because theyíll automatically go back down if thereís too much of a struggle. Theyíre super sticky and sometimes it seems like the window is gonna rip the visor down with it. I live in FL so we have some pretty extreme heat, but still, these things are just terrible.

Does anyone know of a good set that doesnít have all these problems? Itís almost like the piece that sticks inside the Channel is too thick, making it super hard for the windows to close or open. The brand I have is called Wade, is there anything better out there in your guyís experience?
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I tried the WeatherTec ones and when first installed, during reallllly hot summer days the windows want to roll back down if you use the auto up feature. But hasnt really done it since. The rears would fall down whenever I rolled down the windows so I just took them off totally.
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I have had luck with these:


Westin Wade 72-88491 in-Channel Wind Deflectors, Smoke Tint, (4-Piece Set) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00332GPRY..._cOc.DbE31QRC7

I like the smoke color, fit and also they they stay on. Haven’t lost one or had one come over. Over a year now on the truck!

I would think they have one for the 2010.
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