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Old 02-16-2011, 11:31 AM
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My 2011 F-350 with WeatherTech & OEM Accessories Installed...

For those who may be interested (I know I searched for photos like this); here is what my 2011 Ford F-350 Super-Duty looks like with the WeatherTech bug/stone guard on the hood, the window rain guards and the OEM Ford splash guards (Mud Flaps)...





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Looks pretty good!! I especially like the bug guard. I'm the market for one. The Lund I had on there did a great job. It sacrificed itself to save the paint on my hood. Found it cracked it two - It took a hit of some kind.

Anyway, I'll give the WeatherTech one a look too.
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Looks good and I like the bug guard. Are the window vents the in channel ones? If so does the window close fully?
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Looks good and I like the bug guard. Are the window vents the in channel ones? If so does the window close fully?
The window vents are indeed the channel type and yes the windows close all the way. You will need to open and close them a few times, babying the window glass into the channel. On the final close, I left the windows closed for a day and now they go up and down without issue. Also, keep in mind the tint on the front windows; this was a cause for concern as well as it added a little extra to the window glass; the rear windows (which have ONLY the factory tint) went in without a lick of trouble and the windows closed each and every time with no trouble at all.

As a side note, I have been using WeatherTech products since 2000 and have not once had an issue...

Thanks for all the comments. My next addition I think will be HID lights, and maybe swapping all the bulb with LED's. After that, I think an air-horn is in my future...
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Good to hear that the in channel window vents work great I might have to look into a set of them. Also might look into the bug shield as well I was surprised how good it looks. The only weather tech product I have used is their custom floor mats in my 08 and now my 11. I might even look at their mud flaps but also looking at the Dura flaps which a friend has that look good also.

Sounds good about the HIDS, that is a future mod for me also. I'm just waiting for spring time to get here so I can get some mods started.
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Old 02-16-2011, 04:11 PM
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Yeah I hear that about Springtime as well; we got lucky today with 60 degree temps after weeks of freezing rain, snow, sleet, etc.

I cannot wait for spring and summer to be here already; at least it isn't Canada cold though...

As for the mud flaps, I went with the OEM Ford ones because I found a great deal on them from a dealership in Ohio that was selling them on eBay; however, I think there all pretty much the same, probably even come from the same factory too.

HID's, I am just trying to find the right ones and decide on the color. I have been reading allot of articles, each one more confusing than the other, so many choices out there.
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Yeah the next couple days here will just be a tease I think but I'll take it.

Yep ready for spring but if I get to do all I want mod wise it could be an expensive spring for me I've always wanted to mod my trucks but never did so it's time to try it on my 2011 and set it up the way I want.

Like you just doing a bunch of research trying to figure out what all I want to do and which way I want to go. Should be fun hopefully.
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