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post #1 of 16 Old 09-30-2010, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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VentVisors / VentShades question

I'm looking at AVS brand of Ventvisors and wondering which ones you guys recommend. The stick-on-with-tape ones or the "in-channel"? I'm leaning towards the in-channel ones. Comments please.

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I have AVS stick ons, and have no issues. I like the look of them better than the in-channel ones, too.

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I have the stick-on ones too. Had them on my last 3 trucks. No problems.

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we have the sticks ons on the my f350, my dads 6.4, and our f450 and not one problem. we have the in channel ones on the hummer and they suck. but with the way the windows are on it there isnt an option for stick ons

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Alwayshad the stick on ones in my experience. MANY vehicles in the past. And I think they look better

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I got these EGR in-channel visors. They are 2-3 times thicker than any other visors I've had in the past. And I will NEVER go back to stick-ons..

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To me the in-channel goes with the truck better because you cant see where they start or end. The stick on ones look exactly like that "Stuck on" I have never had the in-channel ones but I would be willing to try them out as I have already had the stick on ones

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I have in channel look good imo. Windows stick in cold weather till heater defrosts condesation.

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Another vote for in-channel. If needed, you can pull them out and clean them. Also, if you ever lock yourself out of the truck with the window down an inch, you can pull them out and use it to press the unlock button.
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Another vote for the in-channel ones here.

I've had mine for almost 2 years w/no problems and they are very easy to install. Plus IMO they look a little more "factory" than the stick-on types.

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