- June 11, 2012
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- 2017 Kia Sorento LX
As indicated in my PM, I have moved your post to this existing thread on the same topic. There are also several threads in the 'Modified' forum on this.Hello All,
I am contemplating on getting window vent visors but not sure if I should go with the OEM stick ons or the in channel ones. Any recommendations? Can anyone share their experiences and post pics if possible? I would like to see how they look inside and out. I have the 2013 sport and would like the sleek look but also want the best possible one to go with. Thanks in advance.
JC Slick, Look the pics I posted up above in this thread. I always use Weathertech as well.Can you post pics of them on your explorer?
Okay. Thanks. They didn't load before on a different computer. Have you had any problems with the windows not closing all the way? How do these compare to the stick ons from ford?JC Slick, Look the pics I posted up above in this thread. I always use Weathertech as well.
Very easy to install and ordered directly from Weathertech.
Nice. Have any pics from far and from the inside to see how they look? Anyone prefer these over the in channel ones?Here is my EX with installed OEM TAPE-ON/ADHESIVE type window deflector kit:
The edge tab left a gap when installed between the mirror cover and rubber as instructed in the guide. I had to put rubber gasket maker to seal off the gap.
Your thread was merged with this existing one.Hi All,
Quick question on the rain guards. Which ones do you recommend? I got a set of AVS in channel ones but its a very very tight fit and the windows didn't even go up so I had to take the rain guards off.
Seems like the plastic was too thick or the space between the windows and weather stripping was to minimal.
Would appreciate some feedback on what you used and recommend.