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Old 01-10-2012, 08:21 AM
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Psssh.... i like to to crack my window and let the fresh breeze roll through while it is drizzling - what are you guys driving a caddy?

haha. here i am out taking my jeep to the hurricane Irene and parking right infront of the Chesapeake bay with windows down.... letting the gust roll through.

Now THAT looks like fun!

And yes...my WJ is my Caddy...I REALLY don't want water in my window/lock/mirror controls, nor on the supple and luxurious leather interior...ahahhaha.
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Old 01-10-2012, 12:37 PM
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Re: Side Window Air Deflectors

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In-channels go between the window and the window trim molding, others stick to the paint or trim outside of the window...
I like in channels but not on the WJ. Just my opinion but they don't look right on the back door because they can't cover the rear quarter window. But like I said I'm kinda anal about stuff like that.
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Re: Side Window Air Deflectors

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Just my opinion but they don't look right on the back door because they can't cover the rear quarter window.
That's a good point you make and I never thought of that rear quarter window. It probably would look kind of goofy.
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Old 01-13-2012, 01:11 AM
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Re: Side Window Air Deflectors

I had em on my old '92 Chevy Blazer Full size and I loved them. Eventually I'll get some for my WJ
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Old 01-30-2012, 06:39 AM
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Re: Side Window Air Deflectors

I just installed the in-channel visors last weekend. Hopefully this pic will show how they look. I find the in-channel version hugs the Jeep more (they don't stick out as far as the on-door kind). I admit they don't cover the stationary rear window but I don't think they look TOO bad lol.



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Re: Side Window Air Deflectors

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I just installed the in-channel visors last weekend. Hopefully this pic will show how they look. I find the in-channel version hugs the Jeep more (they don't stick out as far as the on-door kind). I admit they don't cover the stationary rear window but I don't think they look TOO bad lol.
Looks good! I'm not too familiar with the different air deflector types.

I've been looking for a pair like these.

http://www.justforjeeps.com/airdesiwi.html
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Old 01-31-2012, 06:37 AM
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Re: Side Window Air Deflectors

Reichminister;

I had the deflectors you referenced on my other Overland. I thought they looked good and worked great. However, when I purchased my SRT8 someone had already installed the in-channel deflectors. I liked the look so much I decided to try them on my '02 Overland. The great thing is they help keep a streamlined look, they won't get in the way when I'm waxing the doors, and if I have my 2 Great Danes as passengers they can't push the deflectors off LOL. However, everyone has their own personal preferences and having used both I would be happy with either. There is no wrong choice IMHO :-)

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Reichminister;

I had the deflectors you referenced on my other Overland. I thought they looked good and worked great. However, when I purchased my SRT8 someone had already installed the in-channel deflectors. I liked the look so much I decided to try them on my '02 Overland. The great thing is they help keep a streamlined look, they won't get in the way when I'm waxing the doors, and if I have my 2 Great Danes as passengers they can't push the deflectors off LOL. However, everyone has their own personal preferences and having used both I would be happy with either. There is no wrong choice IMHO :-)

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I've heard about the in-channels, I just didn't know if there were any main differences between the two.
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Re: Side Window Air Deflectors

Weathertech makes a nice set of in channel visors. I'm leaning toward those.
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Weathertech makes a nice set of in channel visors. I'm leaning toward those.
Nice, I'll have to check those out. I'm still debating between in-channel and regular. I'm not too sure if there is a big difference.

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