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post #1 of 10 Old 11-07-2010, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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I am going to be getting a set of ventvisors and I like the look of the In_channel ones better, but when I went to my local truck accessories store they said they only sell the out channel ones due to some vehicles not having enough room for the window and the ventvisor. He said he has had some windows not able to go up all the way. Does anyone know if our trucks allow for the in-channel visors? And what brand is best?

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I have in-channel one's, and they work fine, and I think they look pretty good too.

They're weather guard?? or something like that... I'll look and let ya know.

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I have in channel ones and there is no issues with them at all. I think the brand is AVS or something like that. They fit great, window goes up with no problem.
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i loved my in channel visors,,, never had any problems with them

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Good to know. Thanks for the help I didn't want to buy a set and have to take them out right away. I will be ordering the In-Channel they look so much cleaner.

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I dont know if this happens to you guys but when ever there is water on my roof or my wipers are on water always drips right on my window buttons.. I have been thinking about getting the window visors to try to stop this.. has anyone had this problem? is so did the visors correct it?
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I have AVS In-Channel visors on my 2010 F250.
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I have in channels available for a 2005. I'm not sure if they will fit a 2010. But it is crew cab and they are weather techs. PM me if you would be interested.


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I dont know if this happens to you guys but when ever there is water on my roof or my wipers are on water always drips right on my window buttons.. I have been thinking about getting the window visors to try to stop this.. has anyone had this problem? is so did the visors correct it?
My in channels corrected this.


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My in channels corrected this.
Sounds good thank you
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