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Old 10-16-2010, 09:49 AM
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Can someone post pics of EGR brand in-channel deflectors?

I'm hoping someone will post some close up pics of these on their rig. I tried the AVS brand of in-channel ventvisors today and they suck. I was less than impressed with the overall fit of them. I returned them so now its back to the drawing board. Thanks.
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I have run the WeatherTech line for a few years now. They have a great product that fits great. They use a light adhesive strip to help hold them in the channel. I use the dark tint version.

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Mine didnt stick in at all, I dont know why but mine are like felt inside.
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I've got the smoked AVS brand in channel vent visors and love them. No problems with fitment or install. Can't imagine what the problem was with yours...
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I've got the smoked AVS brand in channel vent visors and love them. No problems with fitment or install. Can't imagine what the problem was with yours...
The ones for the rear fit great, but the front ones wouldnt seat all the way up in the channel in the front near the mirrors. It seemed like they needed to go up in, and towards the front of the door another 1/4 inch. I even tried loosening the mirror from the inside and that didnt work either.
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Did you close the window up on them and let it sit overnight like the directions say? I bought my last set in 2006 and they're still on the truck. Maybe they're doing something different these days...
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Did you close the window up on them and let it sit overnight like the directions say? I bought my last set in 2006 and they're still on the truck. Maybe they're doing something different these days...
No i didnt. There was no sense in closing the window and letting them sit over night since they were about 1/4 inch short. Even if i watered them, i dont think they would have grown. The front tabs is where i had the problem. Just couldnt seem to seat them right.
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