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post #1 of 7 Old 03-26-2014, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Window rain guards

Wondering if anyone knows where I can get these big rain guards for my truck?



1997 4x4 Ford F250 7.3L Powerstroke
Dually conversion
Dana 60 conversion
35 lights added
Exhaust Brake
West Coast heated mirrors
Clear head lights
5 inch stacks
3 inch down pipe
33s with 3 inch spacer in the duals
Napa intake
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Personally I don't like that style, not meaning to knocking your preference. Too modern on an old school styled truck. Or maybe I'm just old school...well, I'm old.

I suspect Summit Racing has the style you are looking for.

Here's the link to the style I have, you can search for yours from there...

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/av...-250/year/1996


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I envy those that know exactly which modification to make and in the most logical of sequences. But not enough to trade for my meanderings and misfires.

1996 F250 crew cab/short bed, 4x4, auto PSD, 6637 air filter, interior grab handles, stainless window vents, remote door locks work with engine running mod.
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Thank you. Yea the style I have now is pretty big but not that big. But one of mine is cracked so I need at least one new one.


1997 4x4 Ford F250 7.3L Powerstroke
Dually conversion
Dana 60 conversion
35 lights added
Exhaust Brake
West Coast heated mirrors
Clear head lights
5 inch stacks
3 inch down pipe
33s with 3 inch spacer in the duals
Napa intake
Solid flywheel
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Goodness, next to the tires all if it looks 'not that big'! And being old school, I like the big tires and little rims.

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I envy those that know exactly which modification to make and in the most logical of sequences. But not enough to trade for my meanderings and misfires.

1996 F250 crew cab/short bed, 4x4, auto PSD, 6637 air filter, interior grab handles, stainless window vents, remote door locks work with engine running mod.
Link to my D60 refurb and OBS swap thread
Link to my OBS air vent R&R thread
Link to my grab handle install
Link to my tire size comparison pics
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this might be a lead ?

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Anyone ever used the AVS or EGR vent visors?

I'm trying to get an idea of how they fit/how long they are, and the differences between them.

Pics would be appreciated.

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post #7 of 7 Old 05-21-2014, 02:56 AM
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I've used avs brand on an excursion, fit perfectly and had zero issues

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